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From September 22-25th 2016, the Computational Biology Research Group at the MRC WIMM will be exhibiting at New Scientist Live, a festival of ideas and discovery at the ExCeL in London. 

The team will be demonstrating new interactive software called CSynth, which allows users to visualise the three-dimensional structure of a DNA molecule inside a cell. Developed in collaboration with Goldsmiths University in London, the software will be displayed on huge, high resolution touchscreens, sponsored by NEC

Tickets can be bought from the New Scientist Live website here, or you can follow live updates from the event by following us on Twitter @MRC_WIMM

If you would like any further information regarding the exhibition, please email public.engagement@imm.ox.ac.uk. 

Hope to see you there! 

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