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Lights, camera, action

We’ve got some great objects on display in our new exhibition – spiders, an Xbox, an anaesthesia machine, and more. These help to bring the stories we’re telling in Pain Less to life.

But pain is personal, and that has driven how we are presenting the stories in our exhibition. The objects we’ve found give a tangible link to our stories, but we want to introduce our visitors to the people behind them.

So we tore ourselves away from our desks, hopped on trains, planes and auto-mobiles, and headed off around the country to film interviews with the scientists and people whose tales we’re telling in Pain Less.

These films make up a key part of the exhibition, and you might have noticed over the last few weeks they have been appearing on the blog, but in case you missed them here they are… Enjoy!

Pain in the brain

Pain killers

Painfully unaware

Virtually painless

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