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Babraham Institute showcase

10:00am-4:00pm on Saturday 23 March

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University of Cambridge Student Services, New Museum Site, Bene't St, CB2 3PT

Join our researchers to explore what it means to age and how the molecular processes in our bodies change as we develop from an embryo all the way through to old age. There will be a chance to quiz our scientists about what they do each day and also lots of interactive activities to help explain what their research is about and how it is done.

The Babraham Institute is a life science research institute dedicated to making the fundamental discoveries needed to maintain health and improve wellbeing throughout life. Our ground-breaking research in human biology sparks the innovative advances that will improve and protect lifelong health.

We are committed to being open about our science, including listening to concerns and participating in dialogue about the process of our research and its eventual applications, and to undertaking our research responsibly. Above all, we are passionate about what we do, and about undertaking research and acting in a way that makes a difference.

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Additional Information

Age: All Ages
Format: Family Weekend
Timing: In person
Cost: Free
Theme: Health, Society
Accessibility: Full access

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