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Justin recently told the story of his life in science as part of an evening of storytelling and music at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. Along with Brian Mackenwells, George Busby, Cath Green and folk band Threepenny Bit, Justin performed under the T-rex in the Main Court to a packed audience. The stories and music were very well received and everyone left knowing a little more about throwing up in zero gravity, genetics and wolf poo, how medical research can affect one’s love life and why us scientists have the best and the worst job in the world.