Greetings!

 

The patenting of human genes is an issue of importance for researchers and practitioners in the areas of ethics, law, politics and policy, intellectual property, biotechnology and life sciences.

 

The University of Adelaide is convening a forum to discuss these issues and provide an opportunity for those working in Adelaide to discuss opportunities for future research and collaboration on related topics.

 

A short description of the forum with links to more information is available at http://blogs.adelaide.edu.au/hss/2012/10/22/patenting-human-genes-workshop-ethics-regulation-and-innovation-in-biotechnology/

 

We would appreciate it if you could circulate it further to appropriate people within your networks.

 

To register for the event on Friday, 26th of October, please go to genepatenting.eventbrite.com or email heather.bray@adelaide.edu.au

 

Kind regards

 

Heather Bray

 

On behalf of:

 

Prof Carol Johnson, PhD, FASSA                                                | Associate Professor Rachel A. Ankeny

Discipline of Politics                                                                         | Associate Dean/Research, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences                              

voice : +61 8 8313 5809                                                                   | voice: +61 8 8313 5570                                                                               

e-mail: carol.johnson@adelaide.edu.au                                | email: rachel.ankeny@adelaide.edu.au

 

The University of Adelaide, AUSTRALIA SA 5005

 

 

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Research Fellow, School of History & Politics (Mon, Wed) :+61 8 8313 4186

Special Projects Officer, Waite Research Institute (Tues, Thurs):  +61 8 8313 7414

The University of Adelaide, AUSTRALIA 5005

 

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