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Huge thank you to @AaronPomerantz for teaching our undergrad journal club all about color and pattern evolution in butterflies! 🧬🦋 Come next week to learn about therapeutic uses of #CRISPR. More info here: https://t.co/hLrpX98pnP
IGI investigator Randy Schekman recently started Aligning Science Across #Parkinsons (ASAP), an initiative aimed at understanding the basic biology of this disease so we can get closer to a cure. Find out more below—and apply for funding! https://t.co/X15Mt0jSuy
Countdown to #CRISPRconsensus, an open symposium on the role of public participation in germline editing decision making. Topics include filmmaking, tech commercialization, global governance, & theological perspectives! RSVP: https://t.co/i9MV59MhZo
We have two articles in @CRISPRjournal's special edition on Human Genome Editing Ethics! 🧬⚖️ Ross Wilson, Dana Carroll, Jodi Halpern, and more weigh in on strategies for keeping genome-editing therapies affordable, and protecting human rights. https://t.co/io4z3w10oq
Check out the agenda & speaker lineup for #CRISPRconsensus, an open symposium on the role of public participation in germline editing decision making. Topics include disability rights, the role of the media, ethics & law, & indigenous perspectives! RSVP: https://t.co/i9MV59MhZo
Come to this month's IGI journal club, today at 4:30 in IGI! 🍕🍻 Ross Wilson will present on editing to fight HIV, focusing on the recent report in @NEJM. Grad students, postdocs, faculty, & staff all welcome! https://t.co/gkrGHybw89