Temporary exhibition "Me, superorganism"
Estonian Healthcare Museum’s new temporary exhibition explains how microbial community of human body is affecting our health and wellbeing. The exhibition helps you to find out what each of us can do to balance our microbiome.
We’ve always been living along with microorganisms and it has led to a strong symbiosis. The implementation of new technologies has helped to discover thousands of new bacteria species and their tasks. Microbiome studies are one of the fastest developing branches in science. Our cohabitation with bacteria has never before been so well understood and emphasized. In time of patient-centered care it is a field in science with great possibilities!
Each human being has a unique “bacterial fingerprint”, influencing our health, life and wellbeing!
Exhibition is created in cooperation with microbiologists of Food Fermentation and Development Center (TFTAK) and Biocompetency Center (BioCC)
Ülle Kask (THM), Kätrin Karu (TFTAK)
Taavi Kuri (THM)
Kärt Mikli (THM), Ene Viiard (TFTAK), Kaarel Adamberg (TFTAK/TALTECH), Signe Adamberg (TALTECH)
Marleen Soosaar (THM)
Concept development, environmental and graphic, animations
Erika Saks, Jüri Lõun, Tiina Niinemägi, Imre Malva, Jekaterina Vetrova, Rene Siilivask
Lea Ojam, Kalle Tikkas, Kärt Mikli
Consultants Konsultandid Ene Viiard, Kaarel Adamberg (TFTAK), Signe Adamberg (TALTECH), Elin Org, Tanel Tenson, Tiina Alamäe, Oive Tinn, Siiri Kõljalg (TÜ), Marika Mikelsaar, Epp Songisepp, Liina Kuus (BIOCC), Anastassia Kuldmaa, Kati Vald (Suukool)