Resident Evil 6: The Pathology Museum Lectures (part 1) - Cannibalism
Friday, 28 September 2012 from 15:00 to 16:00 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
To celebrate the launch of Resident Evil 6, the first if two lectures to be hosted by St. Bartholomew Hospital's Pathology Museum in London. With an umbrella banner of No Hope Left, the two lectures aim to explore key themes within the sixth installment of the multi-million-selling videogame franchise, which is released on October 2nd 2012.
The first lecture will be conducted by Food Futurologist Dr. Morgaine Gaye who will be examining trends in food consumption past, present and future and looking at how cannibalism may feature in future diets.
Dr. Morgaine Gaye looks at food and eating from a social, cultural, economic, trend, branding and geo-political perspective. Her work involves consulting to food companies, developing new products and ideas; writing articles/ trend reports for PR and ad agencies; giving public, university and corporate lectures on specific food trends, developing new ideas for food-related TV programmes and doing research on all elements of the eating experience from mouth-feel to olfactory perceptions.