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Poo, Bacteria, Antibiotics and Other Stories

It's World Antibiotic Awareness Week and we're getting together with researchers, nurses and public health consultants to explore the stories behind microbes and antibiotics. 

When

13 Nov - 4 Dec

Who for

Ages 7+

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Real Research

Work alongside the Live Science Team and researchers to learn what is going on right now in antibiotics studies.  

Researchers will share their stories using intriguing objects to give a unique perspective on scientific research. 

Poo, Bacteria, Antibiotics

Why is poo so important for our health? Create your own fake poo and explore it's faecal mysteries.

Open City Lab

As part of our Manifesto for a Culture of Curiosty we are pledging to open up science in our city. We want to give everyone a chance to take part in some authentic scientific research. This activity represents the beginning of our movement towards public participation with real science. Get in touch with us to find out more or to get involved! info@wethecurious,org

 

  • World Antibiotics Awareness Week: 13 – 19 Nov
  • European Antibiotic Awareness Day: 18 Nov

Collaborators

This project is a collaboration between We The Curious, Public Health England, the Antibiotic Guardian Campaign, e-Bug and Bristol City Council.

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