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Glasgow Science Centre

14 January 2019
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Visitors to the Glasgow Science Centre can now perform their own virtual autopsy on the Inside Explorer Table. It’s one of the interactive exhibits being showcased as part of the Science Centre’s new £2 million exhibition BodyWorks that opened 2013.…

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Science Center Singapore

14 January 2019
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Singapore Science Center, a fantastic venue with over 1.5 million visitors a year and by many rated as one of the best science centers in the world features Inside Explorer Table installed with anatomy content in the permanent exhibition Uniquely You.…

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Nobel museum – Dubai

14 January 2019
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Nobel – “Exploring life” Interspectral delivered 4 Inside Explorer interactive tables for the Nobel Museum exhibition “Exploring Life: Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine” that opened in Dubai spring 2016. The exhibition was  the first in an annual series being developed by the Nobel Museum,…

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Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm

14 January 2019
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As part of the development of a new permanent Egyptian exhibition, The Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities in Stockholm is making their collection of mummies available in digital form for the first time. Within this project mummies from the…

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Rijksmuseum Oudheden

14 January 2019
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As a part of  the renovation of the world-famous Egyptian galleries  at Dutch National Museum of Antiquities (Rijksmuseum van Oudheden) Interspectral have worked with the museum’s scientist and exhibition team to 3D scan and visualise some of the most interesting…

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British Museum

14 January 2019
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Visitors to British Museum can explore a five and a half thousand year-old mummy and discover his long-held secrets, from his age at death to the surprising way that he died using an Inside Explorer table permanently installed at the museum. One…

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Natural History Museum

14 January 2019
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Natural History Museum (NHM) in London is one of the world’s leading natural sciences institutions. The museum has a very large collection with over 80 million life and earth science specimens and welcomes a staggering 5 million visitors a year. An important part…

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