UCL Research Domains


Jo Santini contributes to the Invisible Worlds exhibition at the Eden Project


Invisible Worlds is a major new permanent exhibition at the Eden Project that reveals the world beyond our senses: too big, too small, too fast, too slow, too far away in space and time. The exhibition introduces the interconnectedness between life and the Earth's environments at all scales and explores how life is shaped by and shapes this invisible 'Life Support System'. Find out more about Invisible Worlds here.

Dr Joanne Santini, Reader in Microbiology and UCL Food, Metabolism and Society research domain expert, has contributed a series of pieces to the exhibition. Two of these pieces can be seen below, and both are displayed in the 'Rock Garden' section of the Invisible Worlds exhibition. 

Dr Santini is the Co-director of MICROBIOLOGY@UCL with Dr Celia Caulcott, and her lab's core expertise is in microbiology, applied to a wide range of areas.