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Three researchers from Ludwig Oxford ran a science workshop for pupils aged 9-11 at St Mary Abbots Primary School. Tammie Bishop, Olivia Lombardi and Virginia Schmid taught the children about DNA biology, mutations and inheritance. The workshop was very successful with one teacher reporting that it was the ‘talk of the town amongst the children at lunch break afterwards’.

Virginia Schmid smiling and standing by the DNA bracelet making acitivity next to the Ludwig Cancer Research banner during a visit to a primary school.Olivia Lombardi smiling and dressed in a white lab coat standing by the DNA decoding and mutations public engagement activity in a school hall.

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