Gene editing: from innovative science to effective policy – 25th May
Gene editing: from innovative science to effective policy
The pace of scientific innovation in and around the life sciences has never been faster, and the implications of many of these innovations pose significant issues for policy-makers, especially for applications relating to human health. Join leading international experts as they explore how we can balance an accurate understanding of complex biomedical science against ethical, legal and social issues to develop robust and effective policy.
- Prof Bartha Knoppers, Director, Centre of Genomics and Policy, McGill University
- Dr Eric Meslin, President and CEO, Council of Canadian Academies
Supported by speakers from the University of Cambridge Centre for Law, Medicine and Policy and the Department of History and Philosophy of Science.
Tickets: £50 – includes networking lunch & refreshments
Location: The Møller Centre, Storey’s Way, Cambridge CB3 0DE
Time & Date: 12noon – 5pm, Thursday 25th May
Admission: Please book online here.