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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'.

Our Institute is an international centre of excellence for research into stem cell biology and stem cell medicine