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Medical Museion 2011 highlights

By December 27, 2011No Comments

As you may know by now, the Medical History Museum at the University of Copenhagen, founded in 1906-07, was renamed Medical Museion in 2003 to mark a change in focus: from doing traditional medical history to understanding what’s going on medicine’s past, present and future through a combination of research and curatorial work.

The results of the last five-six years efforts can be excavated from some of the earlier 2270 (wow, that’s actually quite a few) posts on this site/blog — and here are some of the latest highlights from the year 2011:

We opened the new Balance and Metabolism gallery on the 1st floor in the

We hanged the Genomic Enlightenment installation

The July 2nd cloudburst

Pic a Museum in March

New Web Presence

Astrid’s movies

Jan Erik Olsens research grant on the blind-historical collection

New staff: Niels, Nanna, Daniel, Karin and Louise

Nina came to help us develop the social web with special respect to public health science.

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