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Image of the week – Lasers and Liquid Nitrogen

“Can we have an image of the Klug Lab’s lasers?”

The interesting process of getting this image of the lasers in Professor David Klug’s lab…

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Featured Image – Ballet in natural light

Making the most of the light.

Presidents Scholar Carmen Martin Alonso poses for a photoshoot in the Imperial College Union activity space for the Annual Fundraising Report.
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Featured Shoot – National Women in Engineering Day

Women in Engineering, and a ladder.

We don’t ordinarily shoot portraits with a fisheye lens, but for this particular piece of equipment in this campaign we made an exception.
(This is a rare post as there’s also an image of me at work, and a ladder training course.)
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Image of the Week – Graduation Fisheye

New angles on Graduation.

President of Imperial, Professor Alice P. Gast, shakes the hand of a graduating student on the stage at the Royal Albert Hall, while a spectator in a headscarf watches on from the left of the picture.

Professor Alice P. Gast shakes the hand of a Medicine Graduate on the stage at the Royal Albert Hall, while a spectator in a Niqab watches on from the left of the picture. Image copyright Thomas Angus / Imperial College LondonImage © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London  [Click Image to expand] (more…)

Image of the Week – Faculty shadow corridor

Faculty shadow corridor.

Simon Levey from the Grantham Institute takes a phone call while walking along a corridor of light outside the Faculty Building.
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Featured Image – Geology and the rule of thirds

When Geology and Geometry combine, the rule of thirds.

An undergraduate geologist from the Department of Earth Science and Engineering makes field notes on a field trip to the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.

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Featured Image – High Above Queens Tower

Above Campus.

Some images get used more than others and this set from a secret location high above the South Kensington Campus has certainly seen some action.

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