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Fish Inside-out

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Computerised tomography (CT) scans are widely used in medicine to see inside the body to diagnose and monitor illnesses. CT scans also have an important place in modern Zoology. Join Museum researcher Dr Kate Crisswell as she explores fish anatomy using CT scans of some of the specimens in the Museum’s fish collection.

This talk is part of the Discovery Talks at the Museum of Zoology series.

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