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Magic myelin

The Cambridge Science Festival takes hands-on activities to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.
When Mar 25, 2018
from 11:00 AM to 03:00 PM
Where Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology, Robinson Way, CB2 0SZ
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Ever wondered what makes your nerves tick? It's all down to their fatty myelin coats, and the stem cells which maintain them. Join our scientists and try your own experiments to better understand brain stem cells and discover their true therapeutic potential.

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