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Explorathon

The Images of Research exhibition goes digital!  The display at the Glasgow Science Centre is shown for the first time on a 52" touchscreen so visitors can zoom into the detail of their favourite image.  A complementary wall projection attracts the smallest of visitors!

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<p class=int>A hands on demo from SeaBiotech, showing how seaweed can be the source of new medicines.</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>Mark Shephard with his image "Flaming Keyboards" on the touchscreen.</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>Graham Roberts zooming in on his entry Healthy Communication.  </p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>Dr Stephen Breslin, CEO of the Glasgow Science Centre welcomes guests to the opening of the exhibition taking place as part of European Researchers Night.</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>

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<p class=int>Taking a closer look, a visitor finds out more about the microscopic organisms in seaweed that could hold the key to future medicines.</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>A team of researchers from the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences tell visitors about antibiotic resistance.</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>The SeaBiotech Team with Lynsey MacIntyre’s competition image on the touchscreen.</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>The team from the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences looking at Jana Hiltner’s entry on the touchscreen.</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 megan</span>

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<p class=int>Hands on with antibiotics!</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>One of our younger visitors taking a keen interest in the wall projection!</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>He’s still quite amused by these images!</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>
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<p class=int>A little girl keen to find out more about how marine sponges could yield future medicines.</p>
<p class=int> </p><span class=small>Image: © 2015 Guy Hinks</span>