Term 2 Monday–Friday
Your gut and mental health are linked in ways research is only just discovering. This visually stunning exhibition will explore new revelations that our minds, guts and microbes are inextricably linked. Multisensory installations and object displays will leave you awestruck at the power of your own ecosystem; the helpful microbiome.
We recommend Years 7 to 10 school groups book into our new program, Me, my mind and my microbes!
This new program includes a staff-led gallery introduction, booked gallery time and a comprehensive student gallery booklet, linked to the curriculum, for use in both Gut Feelings and The Mind exhibitions, and back at school. Available from Term 2, 2019.
Where are they found? What are they made of? What do Fatbergs say about us? Why would you want to put one in a museum? This video looks to answer those questions, we follow the journey of one Fatberg from Lilydale to the Melbourne Museum where it is installed on a plinth in the Gut Feelings exhibition:
Dr Amy and Dr Chamara from St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne, and transplant recipient Bobbie with her mum Carol. They talk frankly about all things poo transplant, from what ailments it is used for to how do you talk about it at a barbecue:
Science Level 7 to 8: Multicellular organisms contain systems of organs that carry out specialised functions that enable them to survive and reproduce.
Science Level 9 to 10: Multicellular organisms rely on coordinated and interdependent internal systems to respond to changes to their environment.