|Dates:||17 November 2022|
|Times:||18:30 - 20:00|
|What is it:||Talk|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health|
|Who is it for:||Adults|
Taking place at Blackwells book shop on campus, this is an in conversation event with Andrew Doig, Professor in Biochemistry, and Archaeologist Dr Melanie Giles. The talk will explore mortality and breakthroughs in understanding death, from prehistory to the 21st Century. A pop-up exhibition from the Museum of Medicine and Health helps reveal public health histories from Manchester's industrial past and the impact on the lives of the people who lived and died here.
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Part of Being Human, the UK’s national festival of the Humanities. The festival’s theme this year is ‘breakthroughs’. The event will explore how research projects across the University of Manchester have approached breakthroughs in public health.
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146 Oxford Road