Lothian Health Services Archive has a fascinating collection of medical illustrations generated through the practice of Edinburgh neurosurgeon, Norman Dott (1897 – 1973), and these beautifully rendered clinical drawings showing anatomical detail of, and surgical procedure to, the brain will be on display in the Centre for Research Collections: this is your opportunity for an exclusive viewing!
18th - 20th March 2020 – Mad Hatter, Grey Matter festival; Supporting Brain Awareness Week
The Mad Hatter, Grey Matter Festival 2020 has something for everyone curious about creativity and neuroscience. A variety of activities are clustered around four venues – two bringing neuroscience into creativity (St Cecilia’s Hall & Main Library Centre for Research Collections), the others bringing creativity into neuroscience (Old Medical School & the Anatomical Museum), thereby introducing neuroscience-related ideas to new audiences of all ages.
The programme provides an opportunity to utilise collections, archives and current research across the themes of creativity, neuroscience and psychology.
Centre for Research Collections
Sixth floor of Edinburgh University Main Library
30 George Square
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