Innogen · News · April 4, 2017

SynBioBeta London 2017 April 4th - 6th

Joyce Tait and Mark Lynas have been thinking a lot about ways nations can regulate gene-editing technologies so as to encourage more innovation in agriculture. At SynBioBeta London 2017, they’ll share their ideas

A fireside chat at SynBioBeta London 2017 will provide a remarkable perspective on the GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) movement through the eyes of two divergent personalities, each who aims to shape the future of GMs (genetically modified) and Europe’s synbio regulatory framework in complementary ways.
Taking the stage will be environmental writer and activist Mark Lynas and Joyce Tait, Director of the University of Edinburgh’s Innogen Institute and one of the UK’s most insightful thinkers on the dialogue between scientific advance and regulation.

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