FRI 10 MAR 2017 - MON 1 JAN 2018 - BRAIN DIARIES: MODERN NEUROSCIENCE IN ACTION
Throughout your life, your brain undergoes extraordinary changes, and makes you the person you are. This exhibition at the Oxford Museum of Natural History reveals how the latest neuroscience is transforming what we know about our brains, from birth to the end of life.
- Thu 5 Oct - Talk: The Enlightened Mr Parkinson
- Tue 10 Oct - The Traumatised Brain
- Sat 14 Oct - Brain Spotlight
- Thu 2 Nov - A WINdow on the Brain
- Sat 4 Nov - Masterclass: Evolution of the Brain
- Thu 16 Nov - Mind-altering Drugs: A Safer Way Forward?
- Sat 18 Nov - Brain Spotlight
- Wed 22 Nov - Learning to Read: Biology to Culture
- Sat 2 Dec - Talk: 'And now I have remembered you'
thu 28 sep 2017 - sun 18 mar 2018 - BioArt and Bacteria
Explore your relationship with the microbial world, antibiotics and technology through art.
This exhibition by internationally renowned artist Anna Dumitriu, hosted at the Museum of the History of Science, takes visitors on an artistic journey through infection, from the Romantic period to contemporary synthetic biology.
FRI 29 SEP - EUROPEAN RESEARCHER'S NIGHT: CURIOSITY CARNIVAL
The Curiosity Carnival on Friday 29 September is a chance to find out what research is really all about, meet researchers, ask questions and discover how research affects and changes all our lives.
The night is a huge festival of curiosity – a city-wide programme of activities across the University of Oxford’s museums, libraries, gardens and woods. There will be a wide range of activities for all ages and interests – live experiments, games, stalls, busking, debates, music, dance and a pub-style quiz.
Oxford’s Curiosity Carnival 2017 will join hundreds of other European cities in celebrating European Researchers’ Night.