One of his teachers beat on corpses with a club to learn about bruising. Another professor could tell a man’s occupation by examining the calluses on his hands.Sir Arthur Conan Doyle picked up a lot more than a medical degree in college: His time at the University of Edinburgh’s medical school provided the inspiration for Sherlock Holmes.o What: “The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes.”o Where: Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, 1945 S.E. Water Ave., Portland.o When: Through Jan. 5.o Tickets: Adults, $18; youth (3-13) and seniors (63 and older), $13. OMSI members, $5 and $3; includes museum admission.o For adults: OMSI After Dark, 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 30. $13 admission or $18 for access to Sherlock Holmes exhibit. 21 and older. Details, click hereo Information: OMSI website; 800-955-6674.Now the worlds of Conan Doyle and fiction’s most prominent detective are highlighted in a new exhibit at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.“The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes” includes an interactive mystery story featuring century-old scientific crime-solving techniques. Investigators follow the clues from Holmes’ sitting room at 221B Baker Street through the streets of 1890s London.