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Dolly and Me… 20 Years with the World’s Most Famous Sheep

Wednesday 30th March at 8pm, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

Dolly Event

Our expert panel discussed the scientific and cultural legacy of Dolly the Sheep at our first Dolly@20 event. Part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival.

Our first Dolly@20 event asked our distinguished panel “What does Dolly mean to you?”. Vivienne Parry OBE joined Professor Sir Ian Wilmut, who led the research which produced Dolly, Clare Button, archivist on the University of Edinburgh’s ‘Towards Dolly’ project, Dr Andrew Kitchener, a principal curator at National Museums Scotland and Professor Bruce Whitelaw, a senior researcher at The Roslin Institute, to share their stories and discuss Dolly’s past, present and future.

The Dolly and Me panel. From left to right: Vivienne Parry OBE, Professor Sir Ian Wilmut, Clare Button, Dr Andrew Kitchener and Professor Bruce Whitelaw
The Dolly and Me panel. From left to right: Vivienne Parry OBE, Professor Sir Ian Wilmut, Clare Button, Dr Andrew Kitchener and Professor Bruce Whitelaw
Our brilliant Dolly and Me audience!
Our brilliant Dolly and Me audience!