Medical Research Council and UCL performers in Life Game festival at the Science Museum

By Culture24 Reporter | 14 June 2013

Festival preview: The Life Game, Science Museum, London, June 15-16 2013

A photo of a woman in a scientific kit brandishing a pair of medical scissors
© Non Zero One
What’s the truth about potential virus outbreaks? How can you keep your brain young? And why are teenagers the way they are? Via a paper character (known as a Pal), this two-dayer is a chance to learn some home truths from the bods at the Medical Research Council, which is 100 years old this year.

Scientists will be presenting the results of their latest research, and a series of costumed performers will be capering around. Non Zero One, the Resident Theatre Company at University College London, are collaborating with everyone from neurobiologists and psychiatrists to molecular investigators and transplant surgeons.

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