A lab tour is a unique opportunity to engage visitors not just with what we do but with how we do it. A combination of science briefing and a chance to see the experiments in action or see the equipment in action.
The groups are typically small and create a fairly intimate atmosphere with lots of opportunity for questions and comments. Two hours makes a good time slot and our visitors leave full of enthusiasm and hope.
People enjoy seeing cancer cells down a microscope, meeting our linear accelerator (built in house with all it’s software), and meeting our PhD students and post-docs.