DNA, Diversity and Difference

  • Discussion
  • Speech-to-text
Photograph of a group of young people listening to a presenter who is stood 'off camera'.
Workshop at Wellcome Collection, David Bishop. Source: Wellcome Collection. Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0).

What you’ll do

Bring your A-level students to a programme about genetics, variation and identity inspired by the ‘Being Human‘ exhibition.

This event will challenge the way your students view themselves and others as individuals by reflecting on identity from multiple different perspectives. To inform your students’ understanding, the event will be led by academics and experts from the worlds of science and art.

This event is suitable for post-16 students studying sciences and health and social care. The event is free, but we charge a fee for cancellation or changes to your group size made within three weeks of the event. Both policies are explained in the agreement we ask you to sign ahead of your visit.

Booking for D/deaf or hard of hearing students

General bookings for this event have now closed, but we are holding a number of places for D/deaf or hard of hearing students. This event will include speech-to-text technology. If you would like to book, or have further questions about what we can do to support the learning of your students, please email