Our bodies, our cells

9th May 1997 at 01:00
Visitors can find out about the electrical activity of the heart, walk through a cell magnified one million times, and much more at the Science for Life exhibition at the Wellcome Centre for Medical Science until the end of June. Education workshops include: "Discover the Cell"; "DNA Photocopying"; "DNA your Onions"; "Genetic Engineer"; "Neuro '97" (fool your brain, make your world expand and shrink); and "Messing Around with Genes".

Visitors can also meet Rosalind Franklin and find out about her contribution to the double helix. Details: Visitor services co-ordinator, Wellcome Centre for Medical Science, The Wellcome Building, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE, tel: 0171 611 8298.

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