Personal Genetics Education Project

Hot off the press: ‘Engineering the World Around Us: Genome editing and the e...

New year, new lesson plan! pgEd is excited to bring you our latest lesson plan: ‘Engineering the World Around Us: Genome editing and the environment’. This lesson plan offers an accessible, comprehensive, and engaging approach to bring students into the urgently needed conversation about the benefits and implications of genome editing concerning the environment. In […]

Roadtrip to Cleveland, OH

In early October, pgEd and the members of Ting’s research lab got on a bus to Cleveland, OH. On our way West, we visited Howe Cavern and spent a night at Niagara Falls. The sightseeing was spectacular and the trip was a great opportunity to strengthen the bonds between pgEd and some of the scientists […]

pgEd at CRISPRcon: Conversations on Science, Society, and the Future of Gene ...

pgEd had the pleasure of partnering with Keystone to develop the program for the 2018 CRISPRcon, which took place in Boston on June 4-5. The meeting took a multifaceted look at the topic of ‘gene editing’: from the various applications and recent technological developments to their impact on communities, societies, and cultures across the world. […]

“Genetics has to be open to everyone” – Dr. Ting Wu in the ...

pgEd’s co-founder and Director Dr. Ting Wu discusses her efforts towards wide-ranging engagement on the potential benefits and risks of genetics in a recent interview in the Wall Street Journal.  As pgEd aims to have more conversations across diverse communities, we welcome collaboration. Drop us a line, and we are always keen to hear about […]

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