Hello Brain at the Francis Crick Institute in London

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Adam visits the Hello Brain exhibition at the Francis Crick Institute in London, a free showcase focusing on the brain and its complexities!

The exhibition, curated by Holly Cave, highlights the brain’s 86 billion neurones and their interactions, using both scientific displays and community-created art to illustrate concepts.

The Francis Crick Institute, a major scientific research facility, hosts this exhibition, offering a unique blend of current research and historical context in neuroscience.

What is Hello Brain?

Hello Brain! is a free exhibition located in the Manby Gallery on the ground floor of the Francis Crick Institute.

It takes around 30 minutes to go through the full exhibition.

Firing inside your head, the neurons in your brilliant brain make more connections than there are stars in our galaxy!

From hallucinations to lab-grown neurons, we’re inviting you into the ever-morphing world that makes you… you.

The Hello Brain exhibition brings you inside the marvellous and mysterious world in your head.

How can I get to Hello Brain?

πŸš‡ By train and tube

The nearest train and underground station is King’s Cross St Pancras, which has step-free access.

🚌 By bus

Bus routes 46, 63, and 214 stop outside the Crick on Midland Road.

Bus routes 30, 73, 91, 205 and 390Β stop on Euston Road outside the British Library.

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