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STEM CELL MOUNTAIN ROADSHOW Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester

Published: 22 April 2016
Stem Cell Mountain Roadshow
Stem Cell Mountain Roadshow

19th April 2016

 

Our enthusiastic team from Institute of Developmental Sciences – University of Southampton – once again brought to life the Stem Cell Mountain during a Roadshow at the Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester, where children from years 9 and 10 enjoyed exploring and learning how cells work in a fun environment. This special event involved several research groups from the University of Southampton bringing to life a real ‘fair’ where school children had the chance to get involved, at the same time, in real but playful science. Teachers and children were extremely positive about our Stem Cell Mountain outlining how useful it was to understand stem cell pluripotency, fate and function within an entertaining game.

 

Second picture – from left to right:

Gianluca Cidonio (Bone and Joint Research Group; PhD fellow with Professor Richard O.C. Oreffo), Lauren A. Jevons and Sophia Sander (PhD fellows with Dr Franchesca Houghton).

 

 

Stem Cell Mountain Roadshow
Stem Cell Mountain Roadshow
Stem Cell Mountain Roadshow team
Stem Cell Mountain Roadshow team

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