Water, water everywhere...but when is it ok to drink? Does it exist on other planets? And what can we do to hold it back to prevent floods? The latest Imperial Fringe evening of live experiments and interactive science is overflowing with all things H, 2 and O.
The 12 exhibition stands will include student projects to create low cost, green alternatives to Thames water treatment, and a showcase of trials to reduce the threat of future London flooding through rain gardens and porous pavements.
Water Water Everywhere is part of the College's series of public evening events exploring the livelier side of science. Based on the Imperial's ground-breaking research, the Fringe gives everyone an opportunity to meet researchers and find out more about their work.
For those wanting to find out a bit more, come down earlier in the day for a lunchtime Research Showcase on Clean Water.