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90th Anniversary of the Discovery of Penicillin

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Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum

St Mary's Hospital

Praed Street

London

W2 1RW

United Kingdom

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Follow in Alexander Fleming’s footsteps and see his lab as it was in 1928 when he discovered penicillin on 3 September 1928. Explore the initial discovery and the story of that initial discovery and how penicillin was transformed from a chance observation to a life-saving drug through a presentation in the very room where it all happened, a short film and a small exhibition. Ninety years ago that discovery changed the world and you can experience where it all happened.

Our tour will be led by Kevin Brown, Trust Archivist and Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum Curator.

* Please note that there are lots of stairs and no lift, so access is limited for anyone with mobility problems. Sorry.

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Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum

St Mary's Hospital

Praed Street

London

W2 1RW

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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