Big laughs at tiny science

Shaving a tiny Swiss dwarf?  Dirty therapeutic windows starting to talk?  It must be UCL’s Bright Club, this time on the theme of “Tiny” – a perfect opportunity to talk about some of the work of the London Centre for Nanotechnology!

Bright Club is a comedy night, run by UCL’s public engagement unit, where university academics perform a short stand-up routine on their research.  

On the 18th September, LCN PhD student, Natascha Kappeler, performed alongside a computer interaction expert, a physicist, a mathematician and an energy research, to talk about her research into nanosensors for therapeutic drug monitoring for the entertainment of a sold-out audience.

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