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Global Network for Anti-Microbial Resistance and Infection Prevention

NAMRIP exhibit at Biological Sciences Outreach Festival

Published: 12 November 2018
Robert Hull with exhibit
Robert Hull (on right) watching visitor try out the game

On loan from Winchester Science Centre for the day, NAMRIP's ‘Most Dangerous Game in the World’ featured at the School of Biological Sciences Outreach Festival on Wednesday 7th November.

Part of Robert Hull’s popular Biofilms stand ‘When Slime gets Serious’, the exhibit generated lots of interest with great feedback from the attendees which included industry sponsors, local school teachers and academic colleagues. The festival also attracted students studying Science Communication who were inspired to write blogs about the various activities.

The festival was organised by the Committee for Outreach & Research Engagement (CORE) to showcase the various public engagement activities within the School and inspire attendees to get involved in Outreach.

This activity, in addition to other outreach activities and a school visit, contributed to NAMRIP member Robert Hull being nominated for the "Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences Dean's Prize". The prize is a Faculty initiative to recognise and reward an outstanding level of achievement, commitment and exceptional contributions in research, enterprise, outreach, education and citizenship activities of early career members of staff.

Students studying Science Communication have previously created short videos about NAMRIP projects, explaining how members are tackling AMR in lay terms. View the films on the NAMRIP channel on YouTube .

We are grateful to Robert Hull and Winchester Science Centre for enabling this activity.

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