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Cornerstones Library Summit

Portsmouth Holiday Inn Portsmouth, NH, United States

Marnie will be speaking at the Library Partner Summit organized by the Cornerstones of Science (CoS). pgEd is partnering with Cornerstones and libraries in Maine and Massachusetts on the CoS Empowering Libraries Project to share information and increase conversation about advances in genetics and the ethical implications.

Smithsonian traveling exhibition

Bangor Public Library Bangor, ME, United States

Dana has been invited to give a talk on genome editing as part of the Smithsonian traveling exhibition "Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean To Be Human?" at the Bangor Public Library in Bangor, Maine.

Newton Free Library STEAM Expo

Newton Free Library 330 Homer St., Newton, MA, United States

Join pgEd at the 2018 STEAM Expo at Newton Free Library! This is an all-ages event with interactive booths related to science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics.

New England Library Association Annual Conference in Mystic, CT

Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa, CT 625 North Road, Groton, CT, United States

On October 22nd, Robin and Mare Parker-O'Toole, from the Newton Free Library, will be co-presenting a table talk at the 2019 New England Library Association Annual Conference titled "Volumes Written in Four Letters: Talking with library patrons about personal genetics".

Intro to Personal Genetics Workshop (Part 1 of 2) at the Simsbury Public Library – Simsbury, CT

Explore the intersection of science, innovation, and society with our ‘Introduction to Personal Genetics’ program. Technological developments in genetics have enabled people to become more informed healthcare consumers. This program explores applications of genetic technologies, including genetic testing, sequencing, and editing, for health purposes. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the questions, challenges, and […]