Invisible Worlds exhibition

Friday 25 May 2018 - Thursday 25 May 2028

Eden Project, Cornwall

Invisible Worlds is a new permanent exhibition at the Eden Project in Cornwall that reveals the world beyond our senses. It demonstrates 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'.

PML scientist Prof Mike Allen was a key part of the development of the 'brilliant science lab' in the core building, where visitors of any age can get hands-on experience with microscopes.

This also includes Prof Allen's innovative photobioreactors for cultivating different strains of Algae (see image below).

The exhibition runs from May 2018 permamently in the Core building.

See the Eden Project website for more details.

Mike Allen standing next to bubble columns

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