- CFP: Discourses and Lived Meanings of Parenting: Exploring Gender and Diversity in Social Expectations on Parenthood
- Department Seminar – From Global Health to Planetary Health: What Future Governance for Health of People and Planet?
- MEMORY / HABIT / ADDICTION – a workshop organized by the Neuroscience and Society Network
Tag Archives: genome editing
March 12th at 5 pm Seminar with Professor Christoph Rehmann Sutter “Intergenerational relationships: The missing link in the ethics of inheritable genetic modification in humans”
We are delighted to announce a seminar with Professor Christoph Rehmann-Sutter, Professor of Theory and Ethics in the Biosciences, University of Luebeck, President of the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare, and visiting Professor in the Department of … Continue reading
*CANCELLED* March 20th seminar with Professor Christoph Rehmann-Sutter “Human germline gene editing as embodied intergenerational practice”
Due to the UCU strike on 20 March 2018, we regret to inform you that the seminar with Professor Christoph Rehmann-Sutter has been cancelled.
Today! Monday October 16th 5 pm at Guy’s Campus: Jennifer Doudna UC Berkeley speaks about CRISPR, “Nature’s toolkit for genome editing”
When: Monday October 16th, 5:15 pm Where: Lecture Theatre 1, New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus, SE1 1UL Speaker: Jennifer Doudna, Professor and HHMI Investigator, UC Berkeley. Hosts: Professor Franca Fraternali and Professor Michael Malim Abstract: Gene editing with CRISPR technology is transforming biology. Understanding … Continue reading
POST-PONED! Work in Progress Seminar Nov 17th: Dr Robert Smith presents “Integrating diverse knowledges into strategic research funding policy for genome-edited plants”
This Work in Progress has been post-poned. Watch this space for new date and time. We are delighted to announce that the GHSM Work in Progress Seminar Series (WiPs) is ready to kick off again with a seminar by Dr … Continue reading
Dr Silvia Camporesi and Dr Lara Marks comment for the Conversation on the recent application by researchers at Francis Crick institute to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority to use CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing technologies to human embryos: This is a controversial move, which would … Continue reading