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Imperial’s monthly public celebrations of science for adults only return this autumn with a new name, new times and five new evenings of discovery. Check them out below.
IMPERIAL LATES: GREENOVATE - 18 OCTOBER
In October 2018, the government launches Green Great Britain Week. As part of this Imperial have been invited to showcase how green technology and sustainable innovation can help address these environmental issues. We want to empower the public to get involved in the conversation around climate change, and inspire creativity around how we are tackling it.
IMPERIAL LATES: INFECTIOUS - 15 NOVEMBER
From viruses, bacterial infections and pandemics to the creative approaches to prevent and treat them. We will be exploring our relationship with infection, right from the discovery of Penicillin right up to new challenges around Anti Microbial Resistance. Help us get the public talking about infection and how we can tackle it.
IMPERIAL LATES: XMATHS - 6 DECEMBER
Our ever popular Festive Fringe will this year focus on maths, from the pure pursuit of understanding, to its application in every area of academic investigation and technology innovation. As a festive fringe, we're hoping to get creative and celebrate the work being carried out across the College.
IMPERIAL LATES: SMART FASHION - 21 FEBRUARY
A closer look at the latest research into wearable technology, clothing design and next generation clothing materials taking place during London Fashion Week.
IMPERIAL LATES: WONDER WOMEN - 7 MARCH
Inspirational women everywhere are pushing the boundaries higher, further, faster and challenging what it means to be a women in the modern world. Join us not only to celebrate amazing achievements, research and innovations, but be part of the conversation about equality across the sciences and the arts.