Featured Shoot – Silwood Campus

Exploring the Imperial campuses

Each of the nine Imperial campuses have their own personality, but the one that resonates with me the most is Silwood Park.

A student examines a plant in a greenhouse.Image © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London [Click Image to expand]

An Ecology student examines plants in the greenhouses at Silwood Park. Silwood Park is located 25 miles west of central London in the village of Sunninghill, near Ascot. A global centre for research and teaching in ecology, evolution, and conservation, the campus is set in 100 hectares of parkland where long-term ecological field experiments are conducted. Silwood Park is beautiful and has a the greatest feeling of space of all the campuses.

Two students sitting in a field and writing notesImage © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London [Click Image to expand]

Ecology students mapping out ecosystem boundaries.

Four students making notes and taking measurements in a field.Image © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London [Click Image to expand]

Ecology students mapping out ecosystem boundaries.

An image from the 2017-18 Postgraduate Prospectus showing a student examining a net used for pond dipping.Image © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London [Click Image to expand]

This image from Silwood Park was used in the 2017-18 Postgraduate Prospectus.

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