MuseoTowards Dolly: a century of animal genetics in Edinburgh
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Towards Dolly: a century of animal genetics in Edinburgh
31 July - 31 October 2015
Main Library Exhibition Gallery
Edinburgh has played a vital role in the science which tells us who we are – genetics.
Dolly the sheep is a scientific icon and a household name. However, she is also a single chapter in a wider story which spans a century. Pioneers at Edinburgh and Roslin have embedded concepts like genetic engineering and stem cell research in the public consciousness, stimulating debate and revolutionising science and medicine.
This exhibition celebrates the individuals and institutions who made, and continue to make, extraordinary advances in animal and human health. It will take you on a journey ‘Towards Dolly’ and beyond.
Collezione artistica con audio
'The Old Time Gene', sung by Institute of Animal Genetics staff, 1956
F.A.E. Crew in conversation with Margaret Deacon, 1969
Charlotte Auerbach in conversation with Margaret Deacon, 1971
Sir Ian Wilmut and Grahame Bulfield in conversation, January 2015
Time-lapse video of Dolly installation
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Love to finally hear the complete story about Dolly!