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  • The Great Plague: How have autopsies transformed our understanding of disease?

    Centre of the Cell’s Big Question Lecture series gives you a chance to hear biology experts discuss their work and question them about it.

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  • STEM Fair 2017

    Careers fair for University of Exeter students

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  • Lead&Grow Science

    The aim of the project is to shape the local community and bridge the gap between students, healthcare professionals and the general public. UCL student volunteers will attend interactive, practical training workshops to learn how to approach, engage and inspire people whilst exploring the different ways scientific research is translated into life applications to improve healthcare and wellbeing. They will develop impactful tools and get to know prominent influencers and advocates in the scientific field. They will use the creative materials to deliver a variety of fun, hands-on activities and short, informal presentations aimed at people of all ages – we’re thinking schools, hospitals, and UCL.

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  • Meet the Scientist

    On Saturday 11th November 201, from 10 to 3pm, Healthcare scientists from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary will be hosting a hands-on workshop at the Aberdeen Science Centre. Members of the public can have fun learning about genetics, medical physics, pathology, clinical biochemistry and immunology.

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  • Adventures in Health: Secrets of the Lab

    A two day event filled with hands on activities, demos, displays and information about different areas of pathology. Aimed at school groups and families.

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  • National Pathology Week Stands in OUH Trust

    Stands with activities will be set up in trust hospitals to promote the role of pathologists and give clinical scientists the opportunity to speak to the public about their role in healthcare.

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