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24.04.18 Invitation to our special event at Kettle's Yard on 12th May 2018

last modified May 02, 2018 08:55 AM
Come along to hear from the artists and scientists involved in our collaborative project, 'Experiments in Art and Science'

In May we will be four months into our Wellcome-funded project, Experiments in Art & Science, designed to bring artists and scientists together to produce new ways of engaging audiences with our world-leading research.

We invite you to join us at Kettle's Yard on Saturday 12th May. Come along to hear from some of the contemporary artists and researchers who have been collaborating on diverse projects involving yeast, cichlid fish, worms and human stem cells, and experience some of the artist's outputs.

Wander through some of the gallery spaces that we've taken over, try hands-on activities, and at 2pm hear the panel discussion.

Open from 12 midday until 4pm, drop in for free, no booking required. For curious people of all ages!


The next chance to see outputs from the project will be at the Cambridge Live BIG weekend on Parker's Piece on 14th July 2018 - put it in your diary now! 


Find out more about the artists and the project.

You can follow more updates from the project on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #ExperiementsArtSci

Studying development to understand disease

The Gurdon Institute is funded by Wellcome and Cancer Research UK to study the biology of development, and how normal growth and maintenance go wrong in cancer and other diseases.

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