MMM Scientists have participated in a range of events, from science festivals and museum events, to art/science talks.
We attended the Oxford Brookes Science Festival and the Museum of Natural History Super Science Saturday, showcasing the award-winning crowdsourcing Bash The Bug project.
Bash The Bug goes from strength to strength
The ‘Bio Art and Bacteria’ Exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford concluded this March, which showcased numerous artistic works created by Artist Anna Dumitriu with MMM Scientists.
35400+ visitors for “BioArt & Bacteria”, my solo exhibition @MHSOxford #Oxford. Exceeding original estimate by more than 10k, inc many new visitors. Demonstrating the public interest in #BioArt & the impact it has in engaging audiences in #art, #science, #technology & #ethics. pic.twitter.com/U7jgpyL9uBAnna Dumitriu (@AnnaDumitriu) March 30, 2018
MMM Scientists contributed to a lecture series associated with the event
Full house for a fascinating tour of #BioArt with @AnnaDumitriu at @MHSOxford this afternoon. Looking forward to hearing more about the #TB story at the talk by Dr Tim Walker on Thursday. pic.twitter.com/x6UaVl3LAsDanielle Battigelli (@DBatti) February 10, 2018
We also assisted with a number of family events, aimed all age ranges with the world of bacteria and bio art!
At the Science Museum, London, the Superbugs Exhibition continues, featuring bacterial agar plates created by Anna Dumitriu with MMM Scientists
See the #bacteria that we created for #Superbugs: The Fight for Our Lives opening today at The #Science Museum #London to engage the public about the issue of #AntibioticResistance @sciencemuseum @DaireCantillon @MartinLlewelyn @DrNJFawcett @GlobHealth_BSMS @ModMedMicro #bioart pic.twitter.com/9XjH3CxDzJanna dumitriu (@AnnaDumitriu) November 9, 2017
The ‘Antibiotic Resistance Quilt’, created by Dumitriu with MMM Scientists Kevin Cole and Nicola Fawcett has been displayed in the Science Museum, Dublin