What People Say
"I wish I was in London - those lectures look great. "
Dr Margaret McCartney, Financial Times Medical Columnist.
Eleven dimensions of the unifying theory
"The presentation was fantastic and we look forward to the next one." Alumnus and Friend of Imperial College
ECO-cities of China - can they teach us a lesson
"It was a terrific evening that Hedd and I greatly enjoyed, made all the more memorable by the eclectic mix in the audience including IC representations extending over 40 years." Professor David Nethercot, Head of the Department of Civil and Engineering
"Many thanks for last night's meeting of Friends. I am not sure which I enjoyed more: the lecture or the stimulating dinner conversation." Professor Michael Duff Abdus Salam Professor of Theoretical Physics.
Behind-the-scenes @ St Mary's Paddington
"It was a great pleasure to meet you and the other guests, and have the opportunity to talk to you about some of the work that we have been doing here and the history behind the rebuilding of the Save the Baby Unit.
"I was deeply touched to read that some of your member had expressed the wish that they would like to buy a 'brick' in our wall. Please, extend to them my very gratefull thanks. I propose to name the 'brick' "Friends of imperial College"." Professor Lesley Regan MC FRCOG
"Six impossible things before breakfast" - the biology of belief
"I thought Lewis Wolpert's talk just electric and terrific value for money. His enthusiasm for clarity of thought is coruscatingly infectious." Simon Calkwell (aka Mr Evil Knievil) Local resident and Friend of Imperial College
"Thank you for making me so welcome. It was a great pleasure to meet such interesting people and I was very glad I made the journey. I am looking forward to the next opportunity already." Sarah Welsh, Alumnus and Friend of Imperial College.
"We may have read science or engineering here but we are like amateurs when it comes to understanding what is happening outside our discipline. I find these lectures enthralling and Friends' events allow me to keep up with new science and technology, explained to me in terms that I understand. It allows me to meet a diverse group of people in the place where I went to university, and I would, and have, endorsed membership of the group to anybody."Alumnus and Friend Of Imperial College
"I approach some of the subjects with a certain degree of trepidation, but every time I find there is no need for apprehension. The explanations are always clear and concise. I hope more people take advantage of this gateway into the College." Renée Medney Local Resident and Friend Of Imperial College
"Friends' events provide a convivial platform to bring together neighbours, alumni, staff and supporters of the College to hear about leading-edge science, talk about its implications and chat with world-class scientists." Rod Rhys JonesAlumnus and Chairman of Friends of Imperial College