As the nights draw in, we celebrate the chillier side of science…
From low-temperature physics and the freezing cold of outer space, to Antarctic deserts and sub-zero chemistry desserts, embrace the chill in our Winter Wonderlab!
- Thu, 5 December 2019 / 18:00 – 21:00 GMT
Imperial Lates are after-hours celebrations of science and engineering, which is brought to life through the creativity of our researchers. Inside our Winter Wonderlab you can discuss Antarctica melting with polar explorers, and enjoy liquid nitrogen ice-cream made by our culinary chemists, before journeying to Neptune with a planetary scientist plotting NASA’s next mission to ice giant. For those of a more creative mind set, you can make and take your own Chemistry Christmas decorations, inspired by low temperature research into the chemistry of life.
So join us for a mince pie or two during an evening of discovery where you can bring out your inner child and have fun with our science.
About Imperial Lates
Imperial Lates celebrate the latest in science and engineering at Imperial College London – bringing you together with world leading minds in their respective fields, who not only love what they do, but also love sharing their work with new audiences.