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Gene Editing: From Bacterial Immunity to Global Impact
28 October 2016 @ 9:00 am - 2:30 pmFree
Explore gene editing’s potential across the biological spectrum, and how advances in human health, disease control & environmental engineering could change our perspective & place in the natural world. Among the speakers will be Paula Cannon of the USC Keck School of Medicine,presenting on gene editing for HIV/AIDS, and Françoise Baylis of Dalhousie University who will discuss the ethical concerns that have been raised with the advent of new knowledge and technology.
Join us in person at Macleod Auditorium on the University of Toronto campus, or online for our live webast at bit.ly/Gairdnerwebcast
This event is open to the public and presented free of charge.
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