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Global Network for Anti-Microbial Resistance and Infection Prevention

NAMRIP’s ‘Most Dangerous Game in World’ at Southampton

Published: 16 March 2019
Girl playing game
Girl playing 'Most Dangerous Game in the World'

In action for the first time at the University of Southampton’s Science and Engineering Day , the full 6 piece NAMRIP exhibit attracted large numbers of visitors throughout the day. While NAMRIP volunteers Marcela Hernandez, Tom Secker, Olivia Lee, Tim Millar, Tim Leighton and Yvonne Richardson spoke to adults about the issue of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and the research underway at Southampton to tackle this issue, children played the various games around the AMR theme with great enthusiasm, often returning several times to play the games again.

NAMRIP are grateful to Winchester Science Centre, where the exhibit is on permanent display, who transported the exhibit to Southampton for the day.

The Science and Engineering Day, which is an annual event, took place on Saturday 16th March and was attended by over 7000 visitors of all ages and a variety of backgrounds.

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