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The Eye: Fact or Fiction (Years 12 and 13)

Location
Virtual event
Dates
Monday 25 January 2021 (13:15-14:15)
The Eye Fact or Fiction

Year Group: 12 and 13

Subject(s): Medicine

Attendee Requirements: None

About: Can you really lose a contact lens behind your eye ball? Is sitting close to the television screen really bad for your eyes? Do babies see the world in black and white? Is it dangerous to sneeze with your eyes open? We will answer these questions and more as we explore common beliefs and myths about the human eye.

This workshop will teach students about the eye and visual system by separating 'fact' from 'fiction'. Students will be invtied to learn about one of the most fascinating and important organs in the human body, and why you shouldn't always believe what you see on television!

Speaker: Robert Barry

How to book: Bookings should be made by the school coordinator using the booking form available on the Masterclasses programme page.

To find out more about any of the Masterclasses, please email the Masterclass team.

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