Tag Archives: The Eden Project

Life at the Edge of Sight

At the end of last year, I intended a book presentation at the Eden Project. Although a bit late, it is definitely worth a quick blog post, as “Life at the Edge of Sight” is a must-have for anyone interested … Continue reading

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Eden Project: Invisible Worlds Exhibition

This is a bit overdue as the opening took place in May, but I still wanted to highlight the current Eden Project exhibition Invisible Worlds. This is a major new permanent exhibition that reveals the world beyond our senses: too … Continue reading

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Microbiomes: belly buttons and plant leaves

The Wellcome Trust-funded Invisible You – Human Microbiome Exhibition at the Eden Project (see here) had a number of cool public engagement events going on in the opening week. One of these projects straddling the boundaries of art and science … Continue reading

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Eden Project and the Human Microbiome

Last thursday and Friday, Will and I attended a Human Microbiome workshop at the Eden Project near St. Austell here in Cornwall. The Eden Project is an educational charity centered around the Rainforest Biome (domes left in the picture), the … Continue reading

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