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I finally missed a lecture :(

I’ve never really understood why people miss lectures, especially since we pay for them. So I always go. well, except today.

I missed my first lecture of the day – 9am maths. 147 more words


The Liebster Award

I really should be doing some maths work right now or finishing off my French coursework, but I’ve just been nominated for this award by… 842 more words


Vehicle automation and what this means for the connected car and the consumer

By Nick Reed, Technical Lead Gateway Project and Academy Director, TRL, UK

There are two converging strands of vehicle automation. The first is fully automated vehicles that operate in restricted environments. 1,233 more words

This professor was inundated with eager volunteers for his LSD experiment

From the department of stating the obvious: A professor was inundated when he asked for volunteers to take LSD for a study.

Dr Robin Carhart-Harris, of Imperial College London, wanted to test the drug to see if it would help treat depression and alcoholism. 264 more words


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I shall spontaneously write a blog post...

I haven’t blogged in ages! According to my friend, Chemical Engineering is killing me slowly. Haha. But it’s really not! I absolutely love it. I should write a blog post about why I love ChemEng at Imperial. 239 more words


British Parliament votes to approve "three parent" baby law

After what is being described as “an historic debate”, the British Parliament today voted to approve the use of an IVF technique that critics say will lead to the creation of “three parent” babies. 618 more words

Genetic Disorders

Chemical engineering research matters (Day 245)

As an academic, I know that chemical engineering matters in the research space. And IChemE recognises the importance of forums and meetings where chemical engineering researchers can share their work with their peers. 404 more words

Geoff Maitland