Date: From 2 November 2016 to 4 February 2017
Where: The Francis Crick Institute
Knowledge Quarter’s partner, the Francis Crick Institute, opens their first exhibition to the public on Wednesday 2nd November.
How do we look? Exploring the scientific gaze at the Crick considers the what, why and how of scientific imaging through the eyes and words of Crick researchers.
On display are a collection of working images, rather than works of art, each created by a scientist to help solve a research problem. From simple illustrations to computer models, the selection in the exhibition is diverse. Some are extraordinarily beautiful, others deceptively simple; all have been created as tools for discovery.
Following How do we look? a rolling programme of free public exhibitions will showcase scientific research taking place at the Francis Crick Institute, with live events and opportunities to meet scientists in person taking place throughout the year.
The Crick’s first major exhibition, Open for Discovery, will launch Spring 2017.
Exhibition opening hours:
Wednesday 10:00 – 20:00
Thursday 10:00 – 15:00
Friday 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday 10:00 – 17:00
For more information click here.