Outwitting Cancer is the first UK-based exhibition on cancer research (Francis Crick Institute (FCI) 25 Sep 2021 to 15 Jul 2022), with a focus on the advancement of technologies and treatments. Lizzie Merrill reviews.
What do objects from a bygone age tell us about epidemics today? Since opening in June, the exhibition Contagious! reflects on the history of pandemics, including patients’ painful experiences, coping and containment strategies, and examples of ground-breaking medical research. Ruben Verwaal reports on his recent visit.
Columnist Beata Gubacsi visits the new ‘Being Human’ and ‘Play Well’ exhibitions at the Wellcome Collection in London.
Risk, Childbirth and Women’s Choices in the Museum Caitlin Stobie writes: From Call the Midwife and The Handmaid’s Tale to One Born Every Minute, pregnancy and childbirth – and related risks like miscarriage or
Theo Gordon writes: What is the pedagogical function of art? How can art communicate complicated information about, for example, developments in HIV treatment, or changes in sexual behaviour and epidemiology, to the public? And,