Genome Editing by CRISPR-CAS9

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Technical lecture
26 October 2017 19:30 - 21:00
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Description

The idea of Genome editing has been further developed for applications ranging from: smart model systems for protein research into modifying crops and farm animals to develop new treatments for inherited disorders for which treatment options are not currently available.

This event, which will carry the normal EUR 5 contribution to refreshments (bona fide students free), will take place at the British School of Brussels. As usual light refreshments will be available after the presentation to allow time for networking and further discussions.

Please note that security procedures in place at BSB require all attendees to register in advance and you will need to show valid personal ID (Belgian ID card, Passport or equivalent) to gain access to the BSB site.

To reserve your seat(s), or to obtain more information, please contact Becki, the RSC Belgium section secretary, via email: rscbelgium@gmail.com.

Speaker(s)

Prof Bernard Hallet is Vice-chairman of the Life Science Institute (ISV) at the Universite Catholique de Louvain (UCL)

Address

Brel Theatre
British School of Brussels
Pater Dupierreuxlaan 1
Tervuren
3080
Belgium

Contact Details

RSC Belgium
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Alternative contact Paul Bennington
+32 471 13 45 55Belgium
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