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Imperial College Opportunity

Another great opportunity for Sixth Form students: Imperial College is hosting the first STEM lecture of 2014 - 'When Science Attacks'. Read more for info and booking.

 

Imperial College is hosting the first STEM lecture of 2014 - 'When Science Attacks'.

We all know that science has, for the most part, benefitted mankind (nuclear weapons aside), but what happens when science doesn’t play by the rules and decides to attack?

In this talk Dr Simon Foster takes you on a tour of the dangerous side of science looking at the science behind some of the more amazing headlines in the news. Find out how Pikachu attacked over 12,000 children, the Large Hadron Collider could lead to new form of Botox and why it’s always important to make sure you put the right gas in your helium balloons!

Date: 12 Mar 2014
Time: 10:15 - 13:00
Venue: Imperial College London
Campus: South Kensington Campus
 
Speaker: Dr Simon Foster

 

Faculty: NaturalSciences

Audience: Open to All

Ticket: Registration in advance

To book your place for this event, click here

 

Photograph: The main entrance to Imperial College London's South Kensington Campus
Copyright Imperial College London / Christian Richters