Honey bee epigenetics in the science museum in London

14 August 2009

The Science Museum in London is redesigning its award winning biomedical gallery called ‘Who am I’ to include the latest discoveries in genomics and epigenomics. The next generation gallery, to be launched in 2010, will contain a display on honey bee epigenetic regulation of development and behaviour. Ryszard Maleszka (Animal Genomics and Evolution) is interacting with the exhibition content developer to find a way to prepare a visually interesting exhibition.

Image: Developing queen bee. Some uneaten royal jelly is left on the bottom of her cell. Photo: Ryszard Maleszka

Contact

Prof Rryszard Maleszka
ryszard.maleszka@anu.edu.au
6125 0451