Watch: Bacterial World - Exhibiting Research case study
4 April 2019
Public Engagement - case study
Researchers from across the university worked with the Oxford University Museum of Natural History on their exhibition 'Bacterial World'. Incorporating more than 55 exhibits – spanning monumental art, geological and deep-sea specimens, film, and digital interactives – Bacterial World demonstrated how these tiny organisms wield huge influence over us, shaping the past, present and future of life on our planet. In this video you can hear from some of the lead academics on the project on the benefits of working with the museum.
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