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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 […]

Talking Genetics with Middle School Students – Boston, MA

Nadine will meet with a group of middle school students who are doing an internship at Harvard Medical School around the question “How do Scientists and Health Professionals Solve Problems”. She will join them to explore the science of genome editing and the social and ethical implications of this technology.

Rockville Science Day – Rockville, MD

Each year, visitors of all ages enjoy exploring a wide range of science topics including robotics, astronomy, medicine, chemistry and so much more!

Lynwood Unified’s Annual Girl STEM Conference – Los Angeles, CA

Over 400 elementary girls from South LA will attend this empowering platform centering women and girls of color to explore various aspects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Helen will attend as a speaker and interact with the young audience. Here is a video introducing the event.

Genetics & Spirituality Conference – Omaha, NE

PGED is thrilled to partner with Rev. Richard Randolph and the Science & Spirituality Institute on SSI’s inaugural conference, “Genetics and Spirituality: Conversations at the Nexus of Science and Faith” in Omaha, Nebraska.  Marnie and Rob have enjoyed helping plan the program with Rev. Randolph and collaborators at the Tri-Faith Initiative, as well as the […]

From Bench to Bedside – Precision Medicine & Genomics – Farmington, CT

(From UConn): Discover the future of healthcare in a conversation where UConn's leading experts in genomics, healthcare policy, and innovation reveal how interdisciplinary, cutting-edge research is revolutionizing personalized patient care. Explore innovative strategies seamlessly integrating laboratory breakthroughs with practical applications, transforming healthcare outcomes across diverse diseases. Join us on May 22 to learn what new […]

JAX Teaching the Genome Generation (TtGG) Educator Professional Development Workshops – Bar Harbor, Maine

TtGG staff offer a one-week, residential, paid short course to teachers living and teaching in New England states. The hands-on course allows teachers the opportunity to perform molecular biology and bioinformatics experiments in the teaching laboratory. Lively discussions of social, ethical, and legal topics in personal genetics are woven into all aspects of the course. […]