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The University of Southampton

Public Engagement

Visiting festivals and events throughout the year giving talks and showcasing researcher-designed interactive games and machines to get people thinking about key developmental science concepts

The a-MAZE-ing Placenta

The a-MAZE-ing Placenta is an interactive and educational game that demonstrates the complexities of pregnancy and the many roles of the placenta in growing a healthy baby. The placenta transports nutrients and protects the baby from toxins or infections so a healthy placenta is essential for a healthy baby.

Giant Kerplunk

One big metaphor for what makes you healthy!

Stem Cell Mountain

Pinball anyone?


Making academia more accessible


Making academia more accessible

Engaging young people in early developmental science and health

Dr Lucy Green has produced a 5 minute film about some of the ways that The Institute of Developmental Sciences is engaging young people in the science behind what makes them healthy.

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