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Pharmacology at the Cambridge Science Festival

last modified Mar 20, 2017 11:26 AM
Using a new display with flashing models and lots of drugs to test, designed and built by Dr Matthew Harper and Dr Jon Holdich, visitors explored the science behind beta blockers and many other drugs...

A busy weekend for a team from the Department of Pharmacology at the Cambridge Science Festival! Visitors to the Hands-on at the Guildhall event joined scientists from the Department of Pharmacology to discover how medicines can make your heart beat faster or slower. Using a new display with flashing models and lots of drugs to test, designed and built by Dr Matthew Harper and Dr Jon Holdich, visitors explored the science behind beta blockers and many other drugs.

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