Online visitors can see how diseases – including past epidemics – affect real human organs.
2020 may be a year many will want to forget, but it’s important we record our experiences during the pandemic for future generations and scholars.
You'll see your brain in a whole new way at a hands-on workshop at UNSW's Museum of Human Disease during Brain Awareness Week.
Sharing a workplace with 3,000 human tissue samples is both sorrowful and uplifting for this former zoologist, acrobat and now science educator.
Australia’s first interactive app showcasing more than 1000 human diseases is changing the way students study medicine.
Come face-to-face with some of the goriest disease specimens at the Musuem of Human Disease's 'Zombie Apocalypse' school holidays workshop this January.
Sydney jazz musicians are using the sound and images of the human heart as part of their musical performance for National Science Week.
One of the most comprehensive public collections of human pathology anywhere in the world - the Museum of Human Disease at UNSW - has opened its doors to the general public.
One of the most comprehensive public collections of human pathology anywhere in the world - the Museum of Human Disease at UNSW - is opening its doors to greater access for the general public.