Ever wondered what the inside of a lab looks like? We’ll be hosting an open day on Saturday 16 June so please join us to explore the world of medical research.
At the MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit our name may sound complicated but our aim is simple – to understand how cell regulation influences health and disease and to use what we learn to develop new medicines or technologies. Essentially we look at life from the inside out.
At our Inside Out Science open day, members of our team will give talks about their work and their lives as scientists, you can try out hands-on science activities, go on a tour of a lab or visit an art exhibition in LifeSpace.
Where: School of Life Sciences, Old Hawkhill, University of Dundee
When: 11am – 3pm Saturday 16 June
The event is open to people of all ages so please join us.
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The Inside Out Science open day is part of the MRC Festival of Medical Research.