VISUALISING MEDICAL HERITAGE
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Case books of Dr Robert Cleghorn (1755 – 1821)
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Reports of the Inspectors of Madhouses, 1815 – 1857
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Leaps and Bounds: what can be achieved through digitisation
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Europe and the College’s foundations
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Our 420th birthday
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Guest Post: The First Women Licentiates
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Visualising Medical Heritage: Great Minds Exhibition
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Great minds: the brain in medicine, surgery and psychiatry
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The Lower Library
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Guest post: Dr Morven McElroy, Honorary Librarian
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Bugs, Bullets, and Brains: Global History Hacking the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
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2 and 3D Photography Conference
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Charrière & mid-19th century ophthalmic surgical instruments
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Project updates: ESTC matching and Oral History
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Serious Stabbing Case at Ropework Lane
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“Domestic” Adeno-Tonsillectomy
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The World’s First X-Ray Department
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GSA Public Lecture – Making Waves
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Visualising Medical Heritage: Night at the Museum of Anatomy
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Adam Brown Kelly’s Chair
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New Exhibition – “Our Science and Art: Visualising the Human Body”
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Cases of hydrophobia in Glasgow, 1870s
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Our Evolving Digitisation
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The Goodall Symposium: 70 years of the NHS
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