Dr Jess Wade BEM, Imperial physicist

Under the right circumstances, carbon-based (organic) small molecules and polymers can act as semiconductors, which we are using to make novel electronic devices: solar panels, light emitting diodes, biological sensors, stretchable screens, conductive thread and stick-on glucose sensors.

Professor Wade is well known for her passionate support for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and her campaign to tackle gender bias on Wikipedia.

School group lecture places

As part of our mission to share a passion for knowledge, we have an allocation of group tickets for schools to attend our public lectures at a minimum cost. Some lectures will be relevant to the curriculum, some will simply enthral.

If you are a school teacher, you can book a ‘School group’ ticket to bring your students to the event for just £5 per group. You’ll then be asked to provide your school details and the total number in your group so that we can allocate these tickets. Students are very welcome to attend on their own at our ‘Student’ rate of £3. Please email our Administrator here if you need any help with this offer.

Post event supper

After the talk, you are welcome to join other Friends and their guests at a local restaurant to continue the discussion. You can book supper places below.

Book a place

Ticket Quantity Price

Public

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Member of Friends

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Member's guests

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Imperial staff

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Students

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School groups

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Extras

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Post-event supper, set menu, pay £35 on the night

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