BODIES REVEALED in Liverpool
BODIES REVEALED coming to Liverpool for the first time in September
LIVERPOOL, England - The exhibition offers the public an opportunity to see inside carefully preserved real anatomical specimens and learn about the detailed structure and function of the human body.
BODIES REVEALED has been brought to Liverpool by New York based S2BN and Premier Exhibitions, Inc. - a major provider of museum quality touring exhibitions throughout the world.
Having been staged in cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Dublin and Mexico City, BODIES REVEALED features 275 whole and partial human body specimens, which have been preserved through a revolutionary technique called polymer preservation. The exhibition has already been experienced by over 7m people worldwide.
Dr. Roy Glover is the Chief Medical Director for BODIES REVEALED. He is Associate Professor Emeritus of Anatomy and Cell Biology and taught Anatomy for over 30 years at the University of Michigan Medical School where he also developed and ran the university's Polymer Preservation Laboratory. Dr Glover will be visiting Liverpool to officially open the Exhibition later this month.
Dr Glover said: "We are delighted BODIES REVEALED is coming to Liverpool. The collection of exhibits will allow visitors of all ages the chance to explore and discover the wonders of the human body in a completely new way. BODIES REVEALED is all about education. It is a demonstration of the complexity, intricacy and sophistication of our organs and how they work. We want BODIES REVEALED to inspire people of all ages to think positively about their own body and promote healthy living choices."
Dan Thomas is the Project Director for BODIES REVEALED Liverpool.
He said: "This is an extraordinary and thought provoking exhibition which represents a unique fusion of anatomy, science and art in an educational, museum quality setting. Liverpool's Knowledge Quarter is home to a concentration of world leading health, medical and life science institutions with a global reputation for groundbreaking research. BODIES REVEALED is another first for Liverpool and a natural fit for a City famed for its culture, medicine, science and innovation.
"The exhibition is taking place in a specially adapted space on Paradise Street, Liverpool ONE. It is relevant to anyone with an interest in understanding the human body and we are expecting a huge amount of interest from schools, medical students and health professionals as well as people from across the region curious to witness such a rare collection of authentic human exhibits."
BODIES REVEALED will run from September 1st 2012 until January 2nd 2013 and doors will be open seven days a week.
All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Parents and guardians are advised to exercise their own judgment when deciding on the suitability of this exhibition for young people in their care.