Monthly Archives: July 2012

New ‘Superhuman’ exhibition at Wellcome collection

A new exhibition called ‘Superhuman’ opened at the Wellcome collection on July 19th. The curator, Emily Sargent, says: “Superhuman highlights the ingenuity displayed in the past to overcome obstacles or conquer new frontiers, while offering a glimpse of what we … Continue reading

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‘Anatomy of an athlete’ exhibition at Hunterian Museum

‘Anatomy of an Athlete’ is the outcome of the Hunterian museum working with the Medical Artists’ Association of Great Britain. The new exhibition displays features new artworks that explore the anatomy and physiology of elite athletics. World-leading medical artists Joanna … Continue reading

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Brainy Events

In the last few weeks I have been to a number of events which explore the interaction between the brain sciences and selfhood. A few weeks ago I went to the Brains exhibition at the Wellcome collection. At the end … Continue reading

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