WEHI: Art of Science Online Exhibition 2022 Posted in Impact by Walter and Eliza Hall Institute on October 21st, 2022. WEHI has officially opened their interactive online exhibition, Art of Science, which features incredible biomedical images captured by WEHI researchers in the course of their research into cancer, infection and immunity, healthy development and ageing. In a true collaboration between art and science, the exhibition is also accompanied by a specially commissioned soundscape composed by students from the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. Explore the exhibition here. Disclaimer: This material has been prepared by Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, published on 21 October 2022. HM1 is not responsible for the content of linked websites or content prepared by third party. The inclusion of these links and third-party content does not in any way imply any form of endorsement by HM1 of the products or services provided by persons or organisations who are responsible for the linked websites and third-party content. This information is for general information only and does not consider the objectives, financial situation or needs of any person. Before making an investment decision, you should read the relevant disclosure document (if appropriate) and seek professional advice to determine whether the investment and information is suitable for you.