Latest BodyWorks News

World leading Scientist joins Glasgow Science Centre Group
19 Decmber 2012

One of the world’s leading forensic scientists has joined Glasgow Science Centre’s Advisory Group for its new BodyWorks exhibition. Professor Sue Black OBE, an expert in human anatomy and star of the BBC series ‘History Cold Case’, has joined other experts from academia and industry to provide advice, guidance and direction for the new exhibition. The BodyWorks exhibition, funded through two main grants from The Wellcome Trust and GlaxoSmithKline, will focus on the wonder of the human body and will demonstrate the latest in cutting edge research and innovation in the health and well-being sector.

Smashing start to new exhibition
08 November 2012

Scientists at Glasgow Science Centre have donned their hard hats and armed themselves with sledgehammers as they prepare for the opening of the new BodyWorks exhibition next year.  The 3rd Floor of the Science Mall will be transformed from Alice’s magical Wonderland to a unique and inspiring showcase of interactives and cutting edge research and innovation in the health and well-being sector.

You can see all the behind-the-scenes photos, videos and news on our BodyWorks blog http://glasgowsciencecentre.tumblr.com/

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