Jason R.C. Nurse
Everyone uses social media. Frankly, I love it! It can be a tool for significant amounts of good in this world, including connecting people and societies like never before. Moreover, it now supports in a growing range of situations, especially crises. Unfortunately however, there are also many negatives to the use of social media. These span issues with oversharing (i.e., posting sensitive personal content online) and the spread of misinformation and rumours.
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BACK FROM THE DEAD - Demystifying Antibiotics
Special Exhibitions Gallery, until 21 May 2017
75 years ago the first human trials of penicillin took place.
To commemorate this milestone in medical history, Back from the Dead traces the miraculous and precarious nature of antibiotics from the 1940s to the present day.
Join our curators in the...
Make a Magical Votive (Family Friendly Event)
Join artist Anna Dumitriu to make a magical votive offering inspired by your experiences of medicine and the exhibition Back from the Dead. Add your piece to an exciting new art installation in the exhibition. Drop-in, all ages.
Fish vaccination: Successes and future needs
Speaker: Prof Chris Secombes (University of Aberdeen)
Organisers: Lisbeth Soederberg (University of Oxford, Jenner Institute)
Booking: Not required
Opportunities to Volunteer – Research on Neurological Disease
We are looking for volunteers aged 55 years and older for a study looking non- invasively at the level of certain chemicals in the brain. We hope this will improve our understanding of how the brain is affected by conditions such as MS. Taking part in the study would involve having a single MRI brain scan lasting about...
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