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The first Oxford Genome Engineering Symposium is taking place on Friday May 2nd.

Photo of a researcher giving a lecture at a symposium.

The Symposium is being organised by Dr Tudor Fulga and Dr Tatjana Sauka-Spengler (WIMM, RDM) and Dr Andrew Bassett (Dunn School). The symposium features speakers from the top UK laboratories that employ genome engineering tools to address diverse questions in development and disease, in a multitude of cellular and animal models. Attendance is free, but you must register to attend due to limited capacity.

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