A small sample of recent highlights of public engagment involving Centre members are listed below.  Further information will be added in due course:

  • Several interactive exhibits at the Imperial Festival 2015 & 2016, our annual showcase of Imperia College's research, which attracts thousands of visitors each year
  • The Application of “F1 technology” to healthcare, in relation to collaborative work with the CDT Neurotechnology and McLaren Applied Technologies has been featured in a "Pint of Science" public lecture (May 2016), public demos in London Tech Week (June 2016) and BBC Click Live (Nov 2016 – streamed broadcast attracted 200,000 viewings to Dec 2016) and the Financial Times (Dec 2016)
  • The software being developed for the gripAble (TM) app within CDT Neurotechnology cohort 1 project “Virtual physiotherapy for assessment and training of arm function” has been demonstrated at Science Museum Lates, Unbound Digital, Health 2.0 (Silicon valley) and had international media coverage including The Sun; CBS News
  • Cohort 2 student James Clarke won the Nov 2016 heat of the online schools outreach competition "I’m an Engineer, get me out of here!" in the Diagnosis Zone
  • Demostrations of work on robotics from Centre members has been included in New Scientist Live (2016)
  • Work on deep brain stimulation involving Centre members was featured on the BBC One Show (Dec 2016)