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Surgical Skills Simulator donated to Museums

20 October 2016

Chris Henry, Director of Heritage at Surgeons’ Hall Museums, met with Simon Humphrey-Adam, Commercial Director of EO Surgical and Hannah O’Donnell, Operations Manager today to receive a donation of a surgical simulator. The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh uses simulators such as this to train surgeons who are learning how to perform laparosc…

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The Art of Modelling in Plaster

2 September 2016

The Archive, Library and Museums are delighted to be welcoming Marieke Hendriksen, a postdoctoral researcher at Utrecht University, the Netherlands to the College this Autumn. Marieke will be joining us thanks to a Wellcome Trust Research Bursary, awarded to use the RCSEd Institutional Archive. She will be studying practices and resources used by …

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Museums at Night 2016

31 August 2016

We are delighted to announce that tickets for our Museums at Night events are now available. This year, we are offering four different events across Friday 28th and Saturday 29th of October. For the first time, adult visitors to the Museums will be able to participate in our wildly popular dissection classes. For this class, participants will get t…

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50,000 Visitors to the Museums

29 July 2016

Congratulations to Michelle, Bill and Sarah Hickman from Bristol, who put us past 50,000 visitors today. We're delighted to have had so many people visit us since the relaunch in September. In addition to the numbers, we are incredibly pleased at the overwhelmingly positive response we've had from visitors. Our front of house team have done a sterl…

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Tickets available for September events

21 June 2016

Tickets are now available for two exciting events in September. We're delighted to be hosting Coming of Age - The Legacy of Dolly at 20 with The Roslin Institute on the 1st September. You will be able to spend an evening with Professor Sir Ian Wilmut (University of Edinburgh), Professor Angelika Schnieke (Technical University Munich) and Nobel Priz…

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