COMING ON FRIDAY: Brains. This Friday, 28 February, we will be replacing the current exhibit on Time with a new one: Brains. Next week CHSI is opening an exhibit on Human Anatomy, so ours will complement theirs by concentrating on just the brain – and not just in humans but in many other creatures as well. Featured will be work by several members of MCB.
There is a webguide to accompany the exhibit - http://guides.library.harvard.edu/Brains. As always, your suggestions/corrections/additions are most welcome! Changes can be made very easily. The guide is not currently publicly available but I would like to make it public in a week or two, though changes can be made any time.
Many thanks for any input! And in addition we will be having a Brains party here in the Library on Friday afternoon from 2-4 pm. There will be food and drink, and Special Collections will be open with some very special brainy goodies on display. It will be an opportunity to view some of the Library’s older treasures that aren’t usually available. Plus a chance to socialize, so we hope to see you there
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