Designing Bodies: Models of Human Anatomy from 1945 to Now

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Designing Bodies: Models of Human Anatomy from 1945 to Now
© Royal College of Surgeons, photograph by Michael Frank

The Royal College of Surgeons presents this exhibition of models which visitors are invited to touch as well as view. The objects on display are examples of how 3D anatomical models of organs, limbs and other body parts have improved surgical training and patient care over the last 70 years.

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It is a very interesting place to go to learn more about the human body, and development of the medicine through the years. I would recommend to get an audio guide.


A very interesting exhibition, a place where you can get lost for what feels like a few hours. Lots to learn and there's no rush as it is there for a few weeks (I believe). Go check it out, there's nothing to loose ;)