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Last 50 tweets from @imperialcollege
In reply to @imperialcollege
@imperialcollege is the alumni centre open?
Replying to @CecileBork
Hi Cecile 馃憢馃従 Sadly, the Alumni Visitor Centre is currently closed. You can track updates here should it open again in the near future: imperial.ac.uk/alumni/benefit鈥
 
#OnThisDay 1918: Biochemist Gertrude Elion was born. She was a co-recipient of the 1988 @NobelPrize in Medicine for her work developing drugs to treat herpes, leukaemia and AIDS. #WomenInSTEM
 
So true! Love #Wordle 馃グ馃槏
Replying to @MarcelleLalib
Right?! So glad we鈥檙e not the only ones who see it 馃槀
 
#OnThisDay 1936: Physicist Alan J. Heeger was born. He was awarded the @NobelPrize in Chemistry in 2000 along with Alan MacDiarmid and Hideki Shirakawa for "their discovery and development of conductive polymers."
 
In reply to @matbogus
Same, lol. But I guess that's @imperialcollege
Hello Matvey and V谩clav, we know studying can be difficult and it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Drop us a DM if you need any specific support so we can put you in touch with someone. Take care 馃挋
 
鈿 Fastest-ever study of how #electrons respond to X-rays performed.

Our @ImperialPhysics researchers have measured the behaviour of #electrons on attosecond timescales鈥攍ess than millionths of a billionth of a second.

Find out more 馃斀
ow.ly/ikJF50HzVaJ
Fastest-ever study of how electrons respond to X-rays performed | Imperial News | Imperial College London
imperial.ac.uk
 
馃ゼ Our brain every time we see a new #Wordle:
 
馃 "People have been wondering for more than a century what eats #mosquitoes, and what this could mean for the diseases they carry."

@ImperialSci researchers say mosquito predators could allow modellers to predict disease outbreaks more accurately | 猡碉笍
ow.ly/VK1U50HzGnH
Disease predictions can be improved by factoring in mosquito predators | Imperial News | Imperial College London
imperial.ac.uk
 
#OnThisDay 1840: Physician and pioneer for medical education for women Sophia Jex-Blake was born 馃巶

#WomenInSTEM
 
 
 
It鈥檚 been great to be back on campus and teaching face to face again this week @Imperial_CLCC @imperialcollege pic.twitter.com/Dnt46iUrPq
 
Imperial College Retweeted 路  
"Through advances in medical science, the use of data, making systems properly interoperable, and AI, we can transform the patient experience and reduce cost.鈥

Tony Blair talks 'the future of Britain' with @imperialcollege at our event today.

Read more: imperial.ac.uk/news/233255/to鈥
Tony Blair talks future of Britain at Imperial | Imperial News | Imperial College London
imperial.ac.uk
 
馃實 We're proud to be recognised by @timeshighered as the 6th most international university in the world for 2022: ow.ly/4ZxB50HyKth.

#OurImperial #WeAreInternational
 
Imperial College Retweeted 路  
This morning I鈥檓 at the Imperial College London #WhiteCity campus. It is looking good in the winter sun!
 
This morning I鈥檓 at the Imperial College London #WhiteCity campus. It is looking good in the winter sun! pic.twitter.com/E902hxAMgd
Replying to @tgconstandinou
Amazing! 馃槏馃槏馃槏
 
Watch #TonyBlair live at Imperial at 11am today!

@Imperial_IGHI hosts @InstituteGC for a special virtual event on 'The Future of Britain'.

He'll discuss the challenges ahead for the country, and the bold policy agenda needed to address them. Watch live: ow.ly/LNOC50HyFmh
 
We love to see it! 鉂わ笍馃尀 #OurImperial
Beautiful morning in South Kensington @imperialcollege 鈽锔 pic.twitter.com/jfXdN08bKB
 
#OnThisDay 1930: Astronaut and second man to set foot on the Moon Edwin Eugene 'Buzz' Aldrin was born 馃巶
 
In reply to @book_girl85
We鈥檙e all Rorys. There鈥檚 something about the smell of books and paper. I still remember one of my favourite smells being the paper of the prospectus of Imperial College (I had very lofty ambitions 馃槀). It stuck with me. pic.twitter.com/seMHykaSDu
We鈥檝e been known to smell the prospectus for longer than normal too鈥 馃憙馃グ
 
After two years and countless attempts I am finally enrolled @Imperialcollege for my doctoral research with the most known and extraordinary #consultant of #bionic_hand 馃馃槍 Prof. Dario Farina @ImperialBioeng
and Prof. Alison McGregor @ImperialSandC pic.twitter.com/6OvQ1l5PAH
Replying to @h_hakami1
Congratulations Halla and welcome to #OurImperial! 馃挋
 
馃敾 A new policy tool developed by Imperial scientists @IC_CEP could help governments cut plastic pollution by 85%.

#PlasticDrawdown aims to map and model a country's plastic waste and is set to help the Maldives meet 2030 targets.

Read more 猬囷笍ow.ly/bxY050HxXbK
Policy tool could help governments cut plastic pollution by 85 percent | Imperial News | Imperial College London
imperial.ac.uk
 
In this week's Imperial People blog, we hear from Nnaemeka Anyamele!

Nnaemeka studies Aeronautical Engineering at @aeroimperial. He's also a part of Imperial College London Rocketry helping the group build rockets! 馃殌

Read about Nnaemeka: ow.ly/4PQt50HxYNH
 
Imperial College Retweeted 路  
What's it like to study for a PhD here in the Department of Brain Sciences?

Aithne shares a typical day in her life as a final-year @imperialcollege PhD student, from thesis writing to lab work to diving 馃摑馃И馃強鈥嶁檧锔
ow.ly/7YGn50HxJbP
 
鉂 Do you have an urgent or quick question for @imperiallibrary?

馃枼锔 Try out our new chat service!

馃煝 Visit imperial.ac.uk/admin-services鈥 and click on the green button 鈥 we're online between Monday to Friday 09.30 鈥 16.30.
GIF
 
馃憦 Congratulations Dr Kim Jelfs (@JelfsChem) on being awarded the @BlavatnikAwards for Young Scientists in #Chemistry.

The discovery of new molecules would not have been possible without her revolutionary predictive software.

#OurImperial #WomenInSTEM ow.ly/ceO750HxI0X
Predictive software pioneer wins premier UK Young Scientist award | Imperial News | Imperial College London
imperial.ac.uk
 
#OnThisDay 1813: Sir Henry Bessemer was born. He developed the first process for manufacturing steel inexpensively.
 
Finally enrolled at @imperialcollege as a doctoral student with @Imperial_PRG & @ImperialBrains 馃帀 Thankful for some exceptional mentors @DavidErritzoe @RCarhartHarris @dibbygibby @TimPnin & Louise Paterson. Now let鈥檚 change how chronic pain is treated鈥#psychedelics #Psilocybin pic.twitter.com/HVzD0V1FRk
Replying to @jamesbclose
Congratulations, James 馃帀
 
Imperial College Retweeted 路  
Meet @imperialcollege #startup @fa_bio_net - their unique soil diagnostic tools target sustainable farming solutions.

Founded in 2015, they have made substantial technical and commercial progress following a seed investment in 2021.

Full details 馃憠 ow.ly/9xHs50HwJ7T
 
Winter sun on campus is just 馃槏 #OurImperial
 
Nanotechnology for children 馃

We catch up with @jesswade to hear how her passion for art + atoms collided in the children鈥檚 book Nano. (500 copies have been sent to UK primary schools thanks to the @ImpMaterials + @RAEngNews!)

Listen to the #podcast馃憞 ow.ly/NcwI50HmFKF
Nanotechnology for children
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#OnThisDay 1921: Physicist Yoichiro Nambu was born. He was awarded half of the @NobelPrize in #Physics in 2008 for the discovery of the mechanism of spontaneous broken symmetry in subatomic physics in 1960.
 
馃帀 235 POINTS! 馃帀

We鈥檙e through to the second quarter final of #UniversityChallenge 馃拑

Congratulations to #OurImperial team! 馃コ
 
We love a bit of Zeng! 馃挋 #OurImperial
Zeng might be my favourite contestant ever #UniversityChallenge
 
We know we鈥檙e biased but #OurImperial team is just 馃馃従馃馃従馃馃従 #UniversityChallenge
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In reply to @almccrtny
*not the comms team, Al* we need you 24/7 馃槀馃槀
 
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
1鈨2鈨 [FILM & TV] - Michael Mays For which film did Frances McDormand win two #Oscars, as an actress and as a producer?
Replying to @imperialcollege
馃挕ANSWERS 馃挕 1鈨averick 2鈨ayo 3鈨gatha Christie 4鈨lbert 5鈨 - Standing for koagulation in Danish! 6鈨ax Planck 7鈨iles Gilbert Scott 8鈨he moon 9鈨orocco (In Fez, where the hat also originates) 馃敓The Nutcracker 1鈨1鈨 Dundee 1鈨2鈨omadland #UniversityChallenge #Quiz
 
Imperial College Retweeted 路  
The advancement of deep tech is crucial to solving some of the world's biggest problems 馃實

At our annual conference, business leaders, policy makers & world-class academics will explore how we can harness #DeepTech 馃殌

Register your interest: imprl.biz/IBConf22

#IBConf22
 
Loneliness can significantly impact physical and mental health and can increase the likelihood of early mortality by 26%, evidence suggests.

A new project @ImperialSPH to map #loneliness in London hopes to highlight the scale of the issue.

Read more 猡碉笍
ow.ly/wSHE50Hw8hl
 
Loneliness can significantly impact physical and mental health and can increase the likelihood of early mortality by 26%, evidence suggests.

A new project @ImperialSPH to map #loneliness in London hopes to highlight the scale of the issue.

Read more 猡碉笍
ow.ly/wSHE50Hw8hl
Heat map of loneliness in London could provide insights into social isolation | Imperial News | Imperial College London
imperial.ac.uk
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
1鈨1鈨 [SPORT] - Max Zeng In which city is the most local #football derby in Britain, where the two rival teams' stadiums are geographically closest to each other?
Replying to @imperialcollege
1鈨2鈨 [FILM & TV] - Michael Mays For which film did Frances McDormand win two #Oscars, as an actress and as a producer?
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
馃敓[CLASSICAL MUSIC] - @GilbertAJackson Which ballet based on a book by E.T.A Hoffman features dancing faeries, flowers, Russians and mice?
Replying to @imperialcollege
1鈨1鈨 [SPORT] - Max Zeng In which city is the most local #football derby in Britain, where the two rival teams' stadiums are geographically closest to each other?
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
9鈨 [HISTORY] - Max Zeng Founded in the year 859 by Fatima Al-Fihri, where is the University of Al-Qarawiyyin, the oldest continually operating higher education institution in the world.
Replying to @imperialcollege
馃敓[CLASSICAL MUSIC] - @GilbertAJackson Which ballet based on a book by E.T.A Hoffman features dancing faeries, flowers, Russians and mice?
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
8鈨 [MYTHOLOGY] - Michael Mays Which location is the final home of the Polish sorcerer Pan Twardowski, the Jade Rabbit and Chang鈥檈 in Chinese myth and Kaguya in the Tale of the Bamboo Cutter?
Replying to @imperialcollege
9鈨 [HISTORY] - Max Zeng Founded in the year 859 by Fatima Al-Fihri, where is the University of Al-Qarawiyyin, the oldest continually operating higher education institution in the world.
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
7鈨 [ART AND ARCHITECTURE] @GilbertAJackson The famous London #telephonebox was designed by which architect? CLUE馃攷The same architect also designed the Turbine Hall, now part of the Tate Modern.
Replying to @imperialcollege
8鈨 [MYTHOLOGY] - Michael Mays Which location is the final home of the Polish sorcerer Pan Twardowski, the Jade Rabbit and Chang鈥檈 in Chinese myth and Kaguya in the Tale of the Bamboo Cutter?
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
6鈨PHYSICAL SCIENCES] - Michael Mays Who won the @NobelPrize in #Physics in 1918 by positing the existence of energy quanta? CLUE 馃攷 He is known for helping solve the ultraviolet catastrophe.
Replying to @imperialcollege
7鈨 [ART AND ARCHITECTURE] @GilbertAJackson The famous London #telephonebox was designed by which architect? CLUE馃攷The same architect also designed the Turbine Hall, now part of the Tate Modern.
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
5鈨 [NATURAL SCIENCES] @GilbertAJackson What lettered vitamin was named after its ability to aid coagulation?
Replying to @imperialcollege
6鈨PHYSICAL SCIENCES] - Michael Mays Who won the @NobelPrize in #Physics in 1918 by positing the existence of energy quanta? CLUE 馃攷 He is known for helping solve the ultraviolet catastrophe.
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
4鈨 [SOCIAL SCIENCES] @sheriffscience What was the name of the child traumatised by fluffy white items in an experiment by Rosalie Raynor and John B Watson?
Replying to @imperialcollege
5鈨 [NATURAL SCIENCES] @GilbertAJackson What lettered vitamin was named after its ability to aid coagulation?
 
In reply to @imperialcollege
3鈨 [LITERATURE] @sheriffscience Which prolific 20th century author wrote romantic novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott?
Replying to @imperialcollege
4鈨 [SOCIAL SCIENCES] @sheriffscience What was the name of the child traumatised by fluffy white items in an experiment by Rosalie Raynor and John B Watson?
 
 
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