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"HUMANS 2.0: WILL YOUR GRANDCHILDREN BE GENETICALLY MODIFIED?" BERKELEY, SEPT. 28

Genetic Crossroads
September 23rd, 2004

"Humans 2.0: Will Your Grandchildren be Genetically
Modified?"

A Conversation on the Social and Political Implications of the New
Human Biotechnologies


Bill McKibben, author of Enough: Staying Human
in an Engineered World
, and Marcy Darnovsky, Associate Director
of the Center for Genetics and Society, join host Michael Pollan,
Director of U.C. Berkeley's Knight Program in Science and Environmental
Journalism, for a hard-hitting examination of the impact that the
new human genetic and reproductive technologies could have on human
society.


When: Tuesday, September 28, 6:00-8:00 pm

Where: North Gate Hall, U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism


This is a free event.


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