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Ethical challenges of genome editing

Ethical challenges of genome editing

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Preventing the transmission of inherited genetic diseases, and increasing food production rates in farmed animals are two potential applications of genome editing technologies that require urgent ethical scrutiny, according to a new report by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.
#AskPollution - Twitter Q&A

#AskPollution - Twitter Q&A

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Experts on air quality from the Environmental Research Group will be taking over the King's College London Twitter feed @KingsCollegeLon on Thursday 06 October 2016 for two hours from midday to answer questions on air pollution and air quality science.
#AskPollution - Twitter Q&A

#AskPollution - Twitter Q&A

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Experts on air quality from the Environmental Research Group will be taking over the King's College London Twitter feed @KingsCollegeLon on Thursday 06 October 2016 for two hours from midday to answer questions on air pollution and air quality science.
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Paths to Utopia

Paths to Utopia

Date
1 Jul/2 Oct 2016
Location
Inigo Rooms - Somerset House East Wing. King's College London. London WC2R 2LS GB
Description
Celebrating the 500th anniversary of Thomas More's inspirational book 'Utopia', 'Paths to Utopia' is an exhibition of new art works resulting from collaborations between artists, performers, architects, technologists and King's College London academics.
Discord

Discord

Date
24 Aug/2 Oct 2016
Location
Inigo Rooms - Somerset House East Wing. King's College London. London WC2R 2LS GB
Description
Discord transports you into a Utopian experience, exploring a range of values and views surrounding the ownership, access to, and definition of home. Transported through an embodied and architectural sound-scape, you are invited to reflect on the power structures that shape Britain's relationship to the notion of home ownership.
Traces of War Symposium

Traces of War Symposium

Date
1 Oct 2016
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K.6.29) Strand Campus
Description
This joint Symposium with the Courtauld Institute of Art marks the beginning of the Traces of War exhibition. Three artists will facilitate discussions on the themes of their work, namely; aerial perspectives of war, landscapes of war, the 'fabrics' of war and the camera as a means to destabilise the time and space of war.
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