University of Worcester,
What impact has been seen in medicine since 2001, when 90% of the human genome was sequenced? From the 'blunderbuss' approach of early medicine to the possibilities of personalised medicine, this talk will share the current state of science and medicine using comparisons to previous advances of medicine and consider the ethics.
To make sure you get a place at this fantastic tour, please book here: www.bit.ly/TheInfirmaryTickets
|Thu 20 Oct 2016||19:00 to 20:00|
SO 846553 52.19588 -2.22568
When you arrive at City Campus, follow signs to Reception, and the Museum is around the corner.
Nearest train station is Worcester Foregate Street, 10 minutes walk and closest bus stop is Crowngate Bus Station, 5 minutes walk.
If driving, the museum is less than 10 minutes from junctions 6 and 7 of the M5. Closest car parks can be found on Croft Road (which includes coach parking) and next to Pitchcroft Racecourse. Parking is available onsite for blue badge holders.
The exhibition and building are accessible to visitors with most wheelchairs and mobility vehicles. Please call in advance if you would like more information.
- Baby changing facilities
- Coach parties accepted
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