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Sculpting evolution? A multidisciplinary workshop explores regulatory, legal and ethical perspectives of gene drive
Gene drives are systems that enable genes to spread rapidly within entire populations. They are powerful tools that potentially allow society to engineer evolution but, like many other human actions, carry social, legal, ethical and environmental implications. An interdisciplinary workshop in Cambridge convened to discuss these implications in the UK context.
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[Closes 13 Jan 2017] APEX award (Academies Partnership in Supporting Excellence in Cross-disciplinary research award)
The APEX award (Academies Partnership in Supporting Excellence in Cross-disciplinary research award) scheme offers established independent researchers an exciting opportunity to pursue genuine interdisciplinary and curiosity-driven research to benefit wider society.
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That's OK, this Campaign was never based on science anyway" - twenty years of success and failure of agricultural biotechnology
A Land Economy Seminar by Dr Julian Little on public attitudes to GM crops.
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Nuffield Council on Bioethics publishes Genome editing: an ethical review
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has today published the first findings of its programme of work looking at the recent and potential impact of recent advances in genome editing such as the CRISPR-Cas9 system across many areas of biological research.
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