mon07jun4:00 pmmon4:30 pmIMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON: MEET A SCIENTIST4:00 pm - 4:30 pm(GMT+01:00) Main EventsFamily Programme

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Would you like to meet an Astronaut and find out what it takes to travel into space? Learn how dragonflies have inspired drones and flying machines? Discover how batteries and computers can be used to fight climate change? These questions – and many more – have been answered in our regular Meet a Scientist sessions!

Every week, a guest scientist from Imperial College London gives a short presentation about a different exciting scientific subject and you will have the opportunity to ask anything you like to experts in a wide variety of scientific fields, from Bioengineering to Palaeontology! So get your thinking caps on and join Nova’s Meet a Scientist to learn more about the amazing world around us.

How does the brain work?: Microscopy tools to map the brain in a developing zebrafish

Dr. Periklis (Laki) Pantazis is a researcher at Imperial College London. Laki develops new technologies to make structures visible in the growing body to understand their function. Today, Laki will show how to make the wires that the brain needs to communicate with the body visible.


(Monday) 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm(GMT+01:00)

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