December 7, 2021

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

outreach

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The Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) is a short-term course that helps train postgraduate students to become teachers. Imperial College...

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Did you always think you wanted to be a scientist? No I didn’t. I first wanted to be an astronaut,...

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Science fiction has conjured up a plethora of fictional alien species, from the harmless likes of E.T. to the positively...

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The Higgs boson is, at its simplest, an elementary particle: a particle that cannot be broken down into anything smaller....

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Modern science is usually associated with prestigious academic institutions or industrial laboratories. And with these advanced forms of scientific research...

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Are the fantasies of superheroes so far-fetched, or might it be possible to change our bodies to acquire superhuman abilities?...

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At school, science usually comes neatly packaged into individual subjects. Maths, chemistry, biology, physics – all taught by different teachers...

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Armand Leroi is not your average Professor of Evolutionary Developmental Biology. As a scientist, his expertise lies in tiny worms...

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Humans might be the dominant species on land, but we’ve fared less well underwater, partly due to our inability to...

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Shock physics is the area of physics that deals with what happens after explosions, impacts, or anything moving at high...

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Early 2013 played host to a story that proves it’s never too early to get involved in serious scientific research....