Until Sun 14th Apr
@ Imperial College London, London
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This free interactive exhibition celebrates 100 years of scientific progress by the Medical Research Council (MRC).
Strictly Science features a series of interactive installations across past, present and future zones exploring the impact of science on everyday life, and speculating on the future of medical science.
The three main exhibition zones include:
- a century-old laboratory installation reenacts seminal experiments by Henry Dale, Almroth Wright and Harriette Chick, on the nervous system, war-wound treatment and vitamin-deficiency disease.
- a contemporary neurotechnology lab invites visitors to play with interactive experimental tools – Wii balance boards, eye-trackers, and a motion capture suit – used by Imperial College London’s Dr Aldo Faisal to investigate how the human brain works.
- a sound installation realised in 3D explores our hopes and fears for the next century. Featuring opinions from Melvyn Bragg, Susan Greenfield, Jon Snow, Robert Winston and many more.
Venue: Imperial College London
→ Gloucester Rd 8 min walk
→ South Kensington 10 min walk