Anglo-American research on the human genome represented by Uncle Sam and John Bull knitting DNA. Scraperboard drawing by Bill Sanderson, 1990 ©Wellcome Library, London

Genome Gallery

Date: 2 November 2016

A digital archive of past exhibitions.

We formerly hosted a small exhibition space, known as the Genome Gallery, which explored genomic science in a number of creative ways. The exhibitions which were delivered in this space can now be explored online through the genome.gallery digital archive.

Exhibitions included:

Anglo-American research on the human genome represented by Uncle Sam and John Bull knitting DNA. Scraperboard drawing by Bill Sanderson, 1990 ©Wellcome Library, LondonHuman Genome Project – Permanent exhibition – ‘The more we earn about the human genome, the more there is to explore…’

 

 

 

A collage of various elements of events and activities from the FlowCellular project.#flowcellular 2021 –  Playful encounters with food to explore the science behind what happens in our DNA at a cellular level as we age.

 

 

 

A colour photo of a genetic counsellor standing in a hospital corridor.

Empowering people: Genetic counselling in focus 2019 – What is a genetic counsellor, what do they do, and who gets to see one?

 

 

 

A painting of a robin perched on a wooden stake.

Curious nature 2019 – The natural world is a curious place! Delve deeper and discover more about the world around us.

 

Hinxton Hall - Hinxton, Ickleton, and Duxford Flower Show - 1909Also hosted on the Genome Gallery website is the online exhibition on the history of Hinxton Hall, including recordings of a number of live events.