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Science Uncovered @Natural History Museum

A night at the museum putting stem cells on the map

A group of Stem Cell Institute researchers took part in Science Uncovered at the Natural History Museum in London on Friday 30 September 2016. This late night event ran from 16:00 - 22:00 and attracted an enthusiastic audience of young 'culture vultures' keen to engage with cutting edge research. Our exhibit featured our stem cell robot activity How to make a human, our Stem Cell Pop-up and our Game Lab game Cell Bound. We discussed with visitors the advances in stem cell therapies and the role of stem cells in disease whilst giving people a chance to program their own robot stem cell and race to differentiate cells in virtual 'growth media'.

 

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