On Sunday 25th November, A Level Biologists visited the Body Worlds Exhibition in London.

This was definitely the most fascinating exhibition I have ever visited. I learned so many interesting facts and I saw so many impressive real human bodies that brought all the biology i have learnt in the classroom to life. I particularly enjoyed the part that explained everything about our happiness and how this is influenced 50% by our genes and how this connects to the brain.

It was an eye-opener to see and read about real human organs; as well as "normal" healthy ones, there were also exhibits of thoses affected by cancer and other diseases. All of this made me realise more and more how complex and clever our bodies are, but also how much can go wrong.

The visit confirmed for me that I definitely want to become a doctor and find out much more about all this. I woudl recommend this exhibition to anyone who has an interest in Biology.

You can find out more about the exhibition here