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13:00 - 14:00 25 June 2014
Lunch Hour Lecture: Reconstructing Broken Bodies: From Industrial Warfare to Industrial Engineered Tissues
The Scott Room |
The Guardian Newspaper offices
90 York Way | London | N1 9GU | United Kingdom
Ticketing: Ticketed and Pre-booking essential
Trench warfare protected combatants from many injuries, but left the head exposed, producing a massive demand for experimental facial reconstructive surgery. WW1 is acknowledged as the first ‘industrial scale’ war, but it has taken a century to stumble upon the concept of industrial scale tissue production. This very 21st century idea can be traced back to WW1 and the clinical pressures produced by industrial scale, non-lethal trauma.
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