Yesterday, on Tuesday May 22, Professor Oliver Sacks held a lecture called "Narrative and Medicine: The Case History".
On 18 May we will be celebrating International Museum Day by offering our visitors free admission.
The tradition of creating bound volumes of Nobel Literature Laureates' works has now taken a bold new step forward.
Every spring, the Research Department invites an international scholar of excellence to give the annual Neale Wheeler Watson lecture. This year it's Oliver Sacks who will speak about"Narrative and Medicine: The Case History"
Pickled salmon with a herb sauce and potatoes
Lemon chicken with bulgur wheat and sour cream
Lentils with cream cheese and rice
Zucchini soup with blue cheese and shellfish