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Special Exhibition starting 11th February 2016

Fascination Muscles, Sinews, Fasciae

If you rest, you rust!

         
   
     
   
         

A human being has 650 different muscles, which are used not only for movement or for showing off. Of vital importance for example, is the heart muscle. Eating, breathing, speaking and laughing would also be impossible without muscles. People who train their muscles stay mentally fit and also stimulate their energy metabolism and stem cell production. People who move stay strong and smart. Muscles work in connection with fasciae, a still mysterious connective tissue that covers each bone and each organ. Each person carries around some 20 kilos of fasciae.

The exhibition casts a multi-facetted light on the construction, functioning and trainability of muscles, sinews and the unknown sensory organ fasciae as well as on various illnesses and their possible treatments.
         

 

     
PUBLIC GUIDED TOURS OF THE VESAL EXHIBITION
Every 2nd Sunday in the month, at 11:00 a.m
 
     
 
8th
July 2018  
 
12th
August 2018  
         
Limited numbers of participants. Advance reservation possible.
Group tours can be organized by appointment.
 

 

Special exhibition opening on Thursday, 6 September 2018

Mysterious brain

Does sport make us clever?

Official opening on Thursday, 6 September 2018 at 17:30

 

 
 
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The brain processes sensory impressions and information. Emotions and thoughts originate from the brain. This is where human intelligence and personality are born.
The benefits to the body of sport, exercise and physical activity are well-known. But did you know that exercise and sport can have positive effects on the brain? Does sport make us smarter or even happier? Does physical exercise improve our memory and help us stay healthier in old age?
This exhibition gives a comprehensive insight into the structure as well as the functioning of the brain and reflects the latest findings in brain research.

         
         
     
         

Introduction to the new special exhibition

Prof. Dr. M. Müller-Gerbl (Basel)

« The young brain: moving instead of learning »

Dr. Sebastian Ludyga, Departement für Sport, Bewegung und Gesundheit,
Fachbereich Sportwissenschaft, Basel

Followed by light refreshments

 
         
PUBLIC GUIDED TOURS
Every 2nd Sunday in the month, at 11:00 a.m
         
 
9th
September 2018  
 
14th
October 2018  
 
11th
November 2018  
 
9th
December 2018  
 
13th
January 2019  
 
10th
February 2019  
 
10th
March 2019  
         
Limited numbers of participants. Advance reservation possible.
Group tours can be organized by appointment.