This month at the Science Museum Lates 25 April 2018:
TOUR OF SUPERBUGS
Tomorrow's World Gallery, Level 0
Antibiotics have helped us to fight diseases that were once untreatable. But bacteria have fought back, evolving into superbugs resistant to even the most powerful antibiotics. Join Deepa Shastri on a tour of this new exhibition and find out how society is responding to the enormous challenge of antibiotic resistance.
Spaces are limited so are prioritised for BSL speakers and visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing. Presented in BSL with English voice over from Jo Ross.
To book please go to our website
BEDTIME STORIES: INFECTIOUS FUTURES
25 April 2018, 20.15–20.45
Basement Gallery, Level -1
Infectious Futures features six stories set in the near-future where the battle against antibiotic resistance has not been won, and resistant infections are far too normal. These stories explore the possible effects on what could be our future. Expect stories of survival, hope and nightmares.
140 spaces are available and there is no need to book. Presented in English and interpreted into BSL by Jo Ross.
Join us for BSL-interpreted talks and activities as part of Science Museum Lates.