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25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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Our Top Pick of The Week

25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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28/09/2021
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Our Top Pick of The Week

25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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28/09/2021
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Our Top Pick of The Week

25th September marked the opening of the exhibition ‘Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma’ at the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma. 2021. Francis Crick Institute, London.

’Outwitting Cancer’ is an immersive exhibition that explores the science and research at the forefront of the clinical and academic effort to tackle cancer. The exhibition consists of eight specially commissioned films that showcase conversations between academic experts, cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique perspective on cancer.

A cinematic installation explores the human body through an immersive experience. The long-standing relationship between art and science comes together once again to weave a powerful narrative that consists of stunning microscopic imagery complimented by an all-consuming soundscape by sound artist Mira Calix.  

Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.
Installation View. Photograph: Fiona Hanson.

‘Outwitting Cancer’ is the first exhibition ever in the UK to have cancer research as its focal point. Cancer remains one of the most widespread and devastating diseases, with a morbid statistic of affecting 1 in 2 of us in our lifetime. The backbone of this groundbreaking exhibition is the films. The microscopy imagery compliments the conversations and brings the Francis Crick Institute's research to the public through a beautiful and haunting medium. ‘Outwitting Cancer’ addresses the questions ‘What is cancer?’ and ‘Why are so many people still dying from cancer?’. The aim of the exhibition is to initiate positive discussions around cancer and create a space for creative discussion, perhaps even inspiring the next generation of scientists.

Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.
Art meets science; a scan showing the formation of a type of blood clot that can give rise to acute myeloid leukemia. Photograph: Electron Microscopy STP, Francis Crick Institute.

Outwitting Cancer: Making Sense of Nature’s Enigma - is a free exhibition running from 25 September 2021 until 15 July 2022 at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT.

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