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Made the Same Way: A human egg looks nothing like a human

Posted by , on 9 June 2023

In the final episode of the Human Developmental Biology Initiative’s podcast, hip-hop artist Aubz meets Oxford University scientist Shankar Srinivas and they discuss questions such as what is human developmental biology and why is it important?

At the end of the episode, the pair will write and record an original piece of music inspired by their meeting, exploring science in a brand new way.

“We speak of science as one thing, and it’s not. It’s many different things.”

– Shankar Srinivas

About the participants

Shankar is Professor of Developmental Biology at the University of Oxford, at the Department of Physiology Anatomy and Genetics, in the Institute for Developmental and Regenerative Medicine. His group uses mouse and human embryos to study how the body is shaped, and how the heart forms and starts to beat. Shankar is also passionate about science outreach and public engagement. His group participates regularly in science festivals, and collaborates with dancers, choreographers and Virtual Reality specialists to generate movement based art, to explore different perspectives on how the form of the body is determined.

Aubz is a Manchester-based hiphop artist.

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Categories: Outreach, Podcast, Science Art

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