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Exhibitions in the Octagon Gallery
The Octagon Gallery, on the ground floor of the Wilkins Building, directly under the dome, provides a prominent new space for changing exhibitions highlighting UCL’s current research in a creative and visually stunning way, and showcasing UCL’s rich collections. From 2013, exhibitions in the gallery will be chosen through twice yearly competitions. Each exhibition will run for six months.
Solutions: Exploring the Influence of Science and Technology on Prostate Cancer Advances in science and technology continue to have an enormous impact on healthcare. Prostate cancer - the most common cancer is men in the UK - is no exception.
This exhibition, curated by Dean Barratt (UCL Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering) and Mark Emberton (UCL Surgery and Interventional Science), explores advances in the understanding of the form and function of the prostate gland, the diagnosis of prostate cancer, and the treatment of the disease within the context of continual changes in the sociocultural perceptions of masculinity, the male body, and men's health.
End Date: 19th December 2014
Opening Hours: 6am-9pm