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The da Vinci Surgical System can make an origami crane with more precision than the best of us… But would you trust it to perform your surgery?

Learn more about this pioneering surgical robot which was the first to conduct a robot-assisted surgery in the UK at our unique after-hours event this Friday, Guardian Live: Robot Surgery.

We will be joined by the surgeon who performed that first operation, Lord Professor Ara Darzi, who will take part in a Q&A hosted by Professor Roger Kneebone, Head of the Imperial Centre for Engagement and Simulation Sciences. Together they will talk the audience through the operation as it is performed on a surgical mannequin.

There are only a few tickets for this event remaining - don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to learn about the past, present and future of robotic surgery.

https://goo.gl/pPDoQ1

Posted 12 months ago in ENTERTAINMENT

12 months ago

well you know.their is a big difference between heart surgery and making a paper duck...

12 months ago

Why not, we are already remote surgery so as long as we have for now human backup I would be only to glad for this operation.

12 months ago

Izi we could have used this for the paper dinos that were too hard!

12 months ago

Nathalia Pantoja

Ecology Domain 12 months ago

Interesting this is really great more on please

12 months ago

Chris Miller

12 months ago

Watch out Marco FN 😀 you could be replaced before you start 😱😱😀😀

12 months ago

Exactly why I don't want to be a surgeon 😉😂👌🏽

12 months ago

Heather Price

12 months ago

Perhaps we ought to get hold of one

12 months ago

Federica 👌👌👌

12 months ago

So that's what they did with my gall bladder?

12 months ago

Hazel Lally?...

12 months ago

Cam Wildridge

12 months ago

An origami unicorn would make for an excellent Bladerunner reference.

12 months ago

I would consider it, particularly if the surgery was delicate.

12 months ago

Stephen Attwood, sounds like something you might be interested in :)

11 months ago

Brave New World

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