From single cell to human body

Dr Maja Adamska is living her childhood dream, studying sponges to gain insight into questions like ‘How does a complex animal arise from a single cell during embryonic development?’ and ‘How did the first multicellular animals arise from their single-cell ancestors?’.  She loves to share her enthusiasm for the beauty and complexity of animal life forms, and their development.

Location

On campus
In school
Online

Format

Interactive presentation

Program duration

60 minutes (flexible)

Year group

Years 10 -12

Number of students

100 (flexible)

Availability

Weekdays excluding public holidays. Please contact us for availability throughout the rest of the year. At least 1 months’ notice required

Cost

No cost

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