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Thank you to everyone who came to our INTERFACE: Science + Art + Health event last week. We are pleased to share our virtual #ArtExhibition & the video recordings of the talks given by our artist & researcher duos! Visit our @Artsteps_ #ArtGallery now: 1/6
Video 1 features @SMQB_UoB Research Fellow Dr Leandro Junges & #LivedExperience artist @MellEJFisher talking about their joint art project which explores #Papilledema #Papilloedema #IdiopathicIntracranialHypertension @DrMollan @IIHUK @IIHDrBirmingham 2/6
In Video 2 @SMQB_UoB Research Fellow Danny Galvis & #Composer Pietro Bardini explore recovery response following #CardiacSurgery through a multi-channel #Soundpiece that mimics the interaction model between hormones & inflammatory mediators @ederzavala 3/6
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1) As requested, the next few days posts will focus on the wall art section of the #chronicleofcuriosities exhibition currently under lockdown @whitbymuseum

The wall pieces are ink illustrations on vintage encyclopaedia pages, inspired by the extensive and often over-looked
2) library archive within the museum. Each piece has been expertly framed by the talented Antony Bentley, based in Kirkbymoorside.
This illustration is a leech, inspired by the Tempest Prognosticator.
Dr George Merryweather was a Whitby GP, Curator of Whitby Museum between 1840
3) and 1861, and inventor. In 1850 he invented the “Atmospheric Electromagnetic Telegraph conducted by Animal Instinct” or Tempest Prognosticator – consisting of 12 pint glass bottles, each containing a live leech, set around a circular stand under a bell which was surrounded
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1) had planned on releasing images of my #chronicleofcuriosities exhibition @whitbymuseum , to encourage people to visit this amazing museum and take a look themselves. Sadly, this is not to be. In the overall scheme of things,it pales in comparison to the greater concerns we are
2) all dealing with. However, both myself and the incredibly dedicated museum staff put a huge amount of effort into putting this exhibition together, so over the next few days I'll be posting an online guide to the work we did. Huge thanks to all who helped, those who attended
3) before the museum had to close, and of course to those who bought pieces of work. I am incredibly grateful for your support.

The exhibition was the culmination of a year spent as the museum's artist in residence - I was able to research a number of the wonderful objects the
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Aquest cap de setmana es celebra al Moll de la Fusta la #FestaDeLaCiència⚗️🧪🔬🧬. Un any més, l’@IRBBarcelona participa en aquest esdeveniment amb diverses activitats.
Te les expliquem en aquest fil👇 #TotesSomGenis Image
El dissabte 26 hi ha 2 tallers per a nens👦👧 d'entre 7 i 12 anys:
✔️Descobreix la química que t'envolta👉 la química està molt present en les nostres vides!!!
✔️El nostre cos, la ciutat perfecta👉descobreix a través del microscopi com son els òrgans del cos.
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Per a l'investigador de l'@IRBBarcelona Ernest Giralt, la taula periòdica sona com la música, i ens ho mostrarà el diumenge amb la interpretació de l'obra 'Elements Químics 2018: un mosaic musical' juntament amb l'@OSValles i amb la col·laboració de la @FCollserola #TotesSomGenis
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