Medical Discoveries – 800 Years of Oxford Innovation

24 Jan

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Until Sunday 18 May 2014:

Bodleian Library
Exhibition Room, Old Schools Quadrangle, Broad St., Oxford. Tel: 01865 277224

For more than 800 years Oxford has made a remarkable contribution to the art and science of medicine. Scientists, philosophers and physicians have made the city an outstanding scientific centre from the medieval period onwards. From Roger Bacon’s conception of science as the experimental and inductive study of nature in the 13th century to Dorothy Hodgkin’s discovery of the structure of penicillin during World War II, Oxford has been responsible for some of the world’s most important medical discoveries. The exhibition will tell the story of Oxford’s place in the history of medicine from the medieval period to its current position at the forefront of medical research and clinical practice. Visitors will be able to view a unique display of treasures which uncover Oxford’s role in some of the most significant discoveries in medical history.

Opening times: Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm. Saturday 9am – 4.30pm and Sunday 11am – 5pm. Admission: Free.

We offer free WiFi broadband to all our guests - giving you fast internet access from the whole house.

A full Continental self-service breakfast, suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Need a special diet? Just let us know.

Parking is expensive in Oxford. The good news is that you can park for free in our car park and walk to anywhere in the city!

Newton House Bed & Breakfast puts you in easy walking distance of central Oxford, so if you're here on business or just to soak up the sights, you're perfectly positioned.