Academic Science and Laboratory Building
"Building with Biology": Activities and Conversations about Synthetic Biology Professional Development Workshop
Forum: Should We Edit the Genome? When, Why, and How Much?
Visit SCSU's new Academic Science & Laboratory Building for a "Building with Biology" professional development workshop. Educators will participate in a forum entitled "Should We Edit the Genome? When, Why, and How Much?", be introduced to synthetic biology classroom resources, and tour state-of-the-art laboratories. Discussion topics will include synthetic biology, genetic engineering, CRISPR, biotechnology, and the ethical and societal implications of modern scientific technology.
Presenters will include Dr. Christine Broadbridge, Dr. Nicholas Edgington, Dr. Sarah Roe, and the SCSU 2016 iGEM team.
Register NOW to learn more about this rapidly-growing field of interdisciplinary scientific inquiry and engineering design!
Location: Jennings Hall 111 and Academic Science and Laboratory Building 308
To register, please visit: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1yRw0YUGlFkukMUJEJzrlHjX61V6yDXYuH_73O0vafH8/viewform?c=0&w=1
For more information, please visit: http://crisp.southernct.edu/index.php/CRISP_Resources_for_Interdisciplinary_Science_Educators_and_Professionals
Contact: Bryn Pinkerton at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Carol Jenkins at email@example.com
New Haven, CT 06515