New tech for old books: collating Thomas Browne

A new kind of digital collation technology is being used to compare different copies of the published works of Thomas Browne. Access to the RCP rare books and the library reading room has facilitated the use of new tools.

Insights into illness: graphic medicine

Things To Do in a Retirement Home Trailer Park… When You’re 29 and Unemployed is a graphic novel by Aneurin Wright. In this post, physician Brian Callender explores how the relatively recent genre of 'graphic medicine' helps patients, carers and others understand and cope with illness and disease.

Katie Birkwood

Johanna under the ice

A lone woman free-dives under a frozen lake: a film shown in the exhibition 'Catch your breath' shows how Johanna Nordblad controls and exploits her breath in the harshest of surroundings.

Katie Birkwood