Professor Steve Furber CBE from the University of Manchester, talks about about his new hardware architecture, SpiNNaker
Guest talk from Dr Yulun Wang, CEO of InTouch Health at The Future of Robotics - an Imperial Business Partners event held 23 June 2015
Join Master's students from Imperial's Science Communication group for this interactive talk and open your eyes to the many different ways we can view science and knowledge.
Nobel Laureate Professor Steven Weinberg presents a special lecture on particle physics to celebrate Imperial Professor Tom Kibble's 80th birthday.
Professor Nadia Rosenthal discusses human tissue regeneration in her inaugural lecture.
This year featuring Mirjam Tuk, Mason Porter, John Hoyland and Stevyn Colgan; Marc Abrahams once again hosts the Ig Nobel Awards UK tour. Recorded on 9th March 2012 at Imperial College London
Imperial Horizons Six: Energy without greenhouse gases: pipedream or attainable reality? (panel debate)
Geoffrey Maitland chairs a discussion on energy policy for Imperial's new Horizons Programme. Panellists include Richard Green, James Barber, Richard Templer and Rob Gross.
Marianne Talbot, Director of Studies in Philosophy, Department of Continuing Education, Oxford University delivers the fourth lecture in Imperial Horizons.
Lord Oxburgh FRS chairs a panel debate for Imperial's new Horizons Programme. With Louise Gray (Telegraph), James Randerson (Guardian), Joe Smith (OU) and James Painter (Oxford).
Sir Brian Hoskins FRS, Director of the Grantham Institute for Climate Change, delivers the opening plenary lecture of Imperial's new Horizons Programme.
Dr Jenny Collier delivers the 2012 Annual Christmas Demonstration Lecture, which this year is about exploring the deepest parts of our earth's oceans
Author of the official history of MI6, Professor Keith Jeffery, presents the second Vincent Briscoe Annual Security lecture.
Samuel J. Palmisano, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, IBM, gives a talk at Imperial College London
The Vice President of Google for Northern and Central Europe shared tales of the organisation's ongoing quest to make the internet faster and its users happier
In the aftermath of the Fukushmia disaster, how do we communicate risks without frightening people? Professor Gudela Grote, ETH Zurich, presents the 2011 Imperial College London - Lloyd's Register Educational Trust lecture
Katie Weeks reports from Science of Secrecy, the Institute for Security Science and Technology public lecture about the history of cryptography, and gives podcast listeners a taste of what's coming up in College events
Join Imperial's Institute for Security Science and Technology for an informative presentation on codes, ciphers and computers.
Work over the last decade has shown that brain damage which can be reduced by cooling the affected infant for 3 days after delivery. Cooling doubles the chance of normal survival, and is the first therapy been proven to reduce brain damage. Lecture by Professor David Edwards, Weston Professor of Neonatal Medicine, Imperial College London
Martin Archer is a DJ Physicist. By night he's dropping tunes on his evening show on Kiss FM. By day he works at Imperial College London as a PhD Space Plasma Physicist.
In her inaugural lecture, Professor Alison McGregor explains how working with back pain patients and elite rowers to understand the spine can help prevent injury and enhance performance.
The Astronomer Royal Lord Martin Rees ponders if there is widespread life in the cosmos, amongst other big theories.
What you learnt in physics wasn't exactly a lie, but it wasn't the whole truth either. Light can behave in amazing ways with extraordinary consequences. Professor Martin McCall presents his inaugural lecture, held on 2 March 2011.
Inaugural lecture by Professor Ammon Salter, Professor of Technology and Innovation Management in the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group at the Imperial College Business School.
In overcoming the technical challenges of oil production in the Arctic, are we making the most of a strategic resource or heading for an environmental and political minefield? Professor Alastair Fraser
Our society depends totally on the product of the chemicals industry, but the production of these products can lead to harm to the environment. In this lecture Tom Welton will show you just how many chemical products we use every day.
Distinguished CNRS scientist Professor Alain Aspect delivers the 2010 Schrodinger Lecture on qubits.
This first EDF Annual Lecture will examine different sources of electricity generation and their respective merits, and will position nuclear energy as a key contributor to the energy mix accordingto the needs of different countries.
The lecture is named in honour of HVA (Vincent) Briscoe, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Imperial College London from 1932 to 1955.
Professor Marcus du Sautoy, holder of the Charles Symonyi Chair in Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford University presents this talk; 'A mathematician's journey...' on how can science and mathematics best be popularised.
IChemE Lecture on Solar Influences on Climate by Professor Joanna D Haigh
IChemE Lecture on Global Temperatures by Dr Peter Stott, Met Office Hadley Centre
IChemE Lecture on Uncertainty in Climate Change & Policy Response by Professor Sir Brian Hoskins
The Athena Lecture celebrates the achievements of women in science, technology and medicine. It is given annually by a prominent female scientist who has made outstanding contributions in any of these fields.
Dr Richard Horton, Chief Editor, The Lancet gives keynote speech on global health and journalism
Sir Paul Nurse presents this lecture as part of the Imperial College London Kohn Lecture Series
The show will be presented by Marc Abrahams, organiser of the Ig Nobel prizes, editor of the Annals of Improbable Research and Guardian columnist, and will feature a whole host of Ig Nobel Prize winners and other 'improbable' researchers.
Professor Dennis Gabor's Nobel Prize lecture is repeated at Imperial College on 22 Feb 1972. This lecture was given during the 1972 "three day week", hence references to power cuts. Introduced by Lord Penney, Rector at that time.
Computer Technology has advanced spectacularly since the first program was executed by the Manchester Baby machine on June 21 1948, but if this progress is to be sustained there are major challenges ahead in the area.
A special lecture presentation given by Professor Tejinder Virdee of Imperial College London
Professor David Phillips, department of chemistry, presents this years Annual Children's Christmas Demonstration Lecture
The world of 2050 will be vastly different from the one we know today. However, only dramatic change will enable us to create a world in which energy efficiency and affordability go hand in hand with sustainability and security of supply.
If you have ever been surprised and impressed by an unusual serving of emulsion, a helping of frothy foam, or a plate of frozen gases as your meal, the chances are that Herve This and his gastronomic research will be behind them.
Presented by Sue Ion - 4 November 2009
2009 Grantham Institute for Climate Change Annual Lecture - Shifting rainfall patterns: lessons from the past
Presented by Professor Wally Broecker - 11 June 2009
2009 Annual Hounsfield Lecture - Biomedical Imaging and Optical Biopsy with Optical Coherence Tomography
Presented by Dr James Fujimoto - 8 June 2009
An open discussion with Alan Rusbridger (Editor of the Guardian) and Sir Roy Anderson (Rector of Imperial College) - 3 June 2009
Professor Caroline Series, University of Warwick - 26 May 2009
The Ig Nobel Tour of the UK was sponsored by the British Science Association as part of the National Science and Engineering Week - 12 March 2009
Presented by Ram Gidoomal CBE - 17 February 2009
Evolutionary biologist and journalist Olivia Judson in conversation with Adrian Desmond and James Moore, co-authors of a groundbreaking re-evaluation of Darwin's science and ideas - 9 February 2009
Professor Andy Purvis, Professor of Biodiversity presents the 2008 Children's Christmas Demonstration Lecture - 11 December 2008
Professor Roger Kornberg, Professor in Medicine at Stanford University presents the twenty first annual Schrodinger Lecture - 27 November 2008
Professor Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, Theoretical Physics, Oxford and Chair ITER Council, presents the seventh Gabor Annual Lecture - 10 November 2008
Alumnus Michael Birch (Physics 1991), co-founder of Bebo, delivers the Reunion's keynote lecture - 20 September 2008
Professor Nigel Brandon - 18 June 2008
Professor Stanley Prusiner - 17 June 2008
Sir Brian Hoskins - 10 June 2008
Grantham Institute for Climate Change Annual lecture - Reflections on climate change and what we can do...
22 May 2008, Sir Brian Hoskins
Sir Peter Mansfield, Nobel laureate, 22 May 2008
Professor Irene Tracey, University of Oxford - 8 May 2008
1/3 Nobel Conversations - Structure determination of membrane proteins; actual state, history and methods
7 April 2008 - Given by Professor Hartmut Michel, Nobel Laureate
26 February 2008 Given by Ms Yasmin Alibhai-Brown