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Looking Inside Bones: A Tour
Sat 23 April 2016, 11:00 – 12:00 BST
Have you ever wondered what you can see inside your bones? Learn how scientists look inside bones using special machines such as x-ray, CT scans and microscopes – and give it a go yourself. You’ll be able to see things normally invisible to the naked eye, such as the cells which build your bones and the intricate mesh of bony structures which make your bones stronger.
Event type: Tour
Suitable for: General audience – aged 11+
Led by: Professor Ilaria Bellantuono, Department of Oncology and Metabolism
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