Pint of Science

Pint of science is an event in mid May in central Manchester. The series of talks (not free, unfortunately, but only £4 or so) includes a talk on 15 May given by some of the clinical staff from Jamie Ellingford’s laboratory (The Manchester Centre for Genomic Medicine) that may be of interest: Whose genome is it anyway?. This talk says: ‘Throughout the evening, we will take you on the journey of the DNA sample from a test in the lab to a potentially life-changing result. We will then explore some of the ethical dilemmas around genome sequencing, the information it provides and its privacy and safety.’

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