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pgEd director Ting Wu speaking at AtlanticLIVE

On Apr 26, Ting spoke at an AtlanticLIVE forum titled “Sequencing the Genome: Examining Modern Medicine” in New York City, hosted by The Atlantic magazine. Watch a video of her session here:

pgEd roadtrip in South Dakota to visit teachers, students and communities

On Apr 24-26, the pgEd team traveled from Boston to South Dakota to meet with teachers, students and communities to lay the groundwork for our 2018 summer professional development workshop in Sioux Falls. The trip, organized by our partners at … Continue reading

Book corner: Families in face of deadly inheritance

Two recently published books, “The Family Gene” and “The Inheritance“, explore a similar theme – what does one do in the face of a deadly inherited genetic condition that is afflicting multiple members of one’s family? The families at the center … Continue reading

pgEd is hiring!

We are now seeking an educator (classroom or other setting) to expand our current education efforts and take a leadership role in developing new initiatives. pgEd is a dynamic and growing organization that uses innovative methods to raise awareness about … Continue reading

New Lesson Plan: Genome Editing and CRISPR

pgEd is thrilled to launch our newest lesson plan, “Genome Editing and CRISPR.” In the past few years, rapid development in a series of genetic technologies, most notably CRISPR, has made it easier than ever before to make targeted changes to … Continue reading

Prof. Jennifer Doudna makes generous gift to pgEd

First of all, we would like to congratulate pgEd’s colleague Prof. Jennifer Doudna, a scientific leader and a pioneer in the development of CRISPR as a tool for gene editing, as one of the recipients of the 2016 Canada Gairdner International Award! Believing strongly in … Continue reading

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