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Barnsley's Brains in a Dish R&D project will explore and test ideas for new artworks and events which will be presented at The Cooper Gallery in 2022.. Read More

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Dr Ross Paterson takes a skin biopsy (sample) from Charlie's arm - See short film 'Growing the stuff of thought' which features in Glass Meets the Future festival.. video still : Fergus Walsh / BBC / CreatedOutofMind Read More

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dividing the skin sample to grow cultures, still from Charile Murphy's 'skin to mind' video series Read More

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fibroblast and epithelial (skin) cells 'in a dish', photo: Christopher Lovejoy Read More

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'fibroblasts, in vitro' 2019, (detail) borosilicate glass & liquids from 'in vitro' projection series Read More

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freezing fibroblast (skin) cells, still from Charlie Murphy's 'skin to mind' video series Read More

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'neuronal rosettes' growing in a 2D culture dish ; stained to reveal different proteins photo : Professor Selina Wray Read More

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spontaneous synapse, 2019 robotic lasers, reformed burettes, retort stands& clamps Created in collaboration with Robin Bussell Read More

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Murphy & Wray's Neuronal Disco at Southbank's B(old) Festival, 2018 photo:David Sanderson/ Wellcome Read More

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Image shows Phil Ball’s neurons extending their axons in a 2D culture dish, photo:Christopher Lovejoy. Phil's participation Inspired his book 'How to Grow a Human' published by Harper Collins 2019.