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The Botnar Research Centre will be open on Saturday 9th September from 10am to 1pm - Tours at 10:15am, 11:00am, 11:40am and 12:20pm

Oxford Open Doors is a celebration of Oxford across all walks of life, its places and its people. It is run by the Oxford Preservation Trust in partnership with the University of Oxford.  During the weekend of the 9th and 10th of September dozens of buildings will be opening their doors to allow the public to see behind the scenes. 

The Botnar Research Centre, which provides world-class facilities for scientists in the field of musculoskeletal research, is just one such building and will be open on Saturday morning to allow members of the public to tour our laboratory facilities as well as giving them an opportunity to talk to some of our researchers about their current work.

Guided lab tours at 10:15am, 11:00am, 11:40am and 12:20pm.  

Doors will open at 10am with last entry at 12:15pm.

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