The third annual MRC Festival of Medical Research from 14–24 June 2018 takes place in England, Scotland and Wales, online and in Africa. A wide range of free public activities involving scientists from research establishments, including MRC units, centres and institutes, will showcase MRC-funded research.
MRC Festival of Medical Research 2018 programme launches
MRC Festival activities include open days, public lectures and debates, activity days, workshops, interactive seminars and quizzes. Some are open to the public, either as drop-in sessions or by booking a free place in advance, while others are designed for a specifically invited audience, such as schools or patient groups.
This 30 second video will give you an idea of what to expect at the MRC Festival.
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