From single cell to human body

 Location: Acton campus, In school, Online
 Format: Interactive presentation
 Year group: Years 10 -12
 Duration: 60 minutes (flexible)
 Number of students: 100 (flexible)
 Availability: Weekdays excluding public holidays. Please contact us for availability throughout the rest of the year. At least 1 months’ notice required
 Cost: No cost

Dr Maja Adamska is living her childhood dream, studying sponges to gain insight into questions like ‘How does a complex animal arise from a single cell during embryonic development?’ and ‘How did the first multicellular animals arise from their single-cell ancestors?’.  She loves to share her enthusiasm for the beauty and complexity of animal life forms, and their development.