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Beautiful microscopy images, many from Dunn School scientists, are communicating the connection between art and science in a “Through the looking glass” microscopy exhibition in University Parks, Oxford from 12 June to 7 July 2017.

The Dunn School’s EPA Cephalosporin Fund is sponsoring the initiative that includes not only the display of images throughout the period but family friendly hands on activities on 17 June from 11am – 2pm.

Dunn School IITM DPhil student Bernadeta Dadonaite, a member of the British Science Association Oxford Branch, is one of the organisers of the exhibition located on the South Walk of the parks. The name of the exhibition relates to the author Lewis Carroll’s fantastical world of wonderland and Bernadeta stressed its ability to unite the realms of art and science.  

Read more (Sir William Dunn School of Pathology website) 

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