Mini-organs in a dish: how organoids are revolutionising research


In labs all across Cambridge, these ‘organoids' are being used to study development and disease. Emma Rawlins, whose own work focuses on creating mini-lungs, will explain how organoids are grown in the lab and discuss why this exciting new technology is so important for the future of biomedical research.

The talk will be followed by informal discussion and drinks with scientists from the Gurdon Institute. Please book your tickets in advance to guarantee your space, a limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

Mini-organs in a dish: how organoids are revolutionising research
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Gurdon Institute Hopkins Building
Tennis Court Rd
Cambridge
CB2 1QN

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