An In-Depth Look at the Challenges of Biotechnology in the
Saturday, November 3, 2001, 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Harvard University
Co-sponsored by the Council for Responsible Genetics and the
Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism
Workshops with experts on: embryos and genetic technologies,
new reproductive technologies and their implications, no patents
on life, workplace genetic discrimination, disability issues,
the government and biotechnology, genetically engineered food,
biotechnology and the informed public, genetics and the media,
genetics and pop culture, cloning, religion and biotechnology,
race and biotechnology, and MORE!
Richard Hayes of the Center for Genetics and Society will co-chair
a workshop on "The Politics of Human Cloning and Inheritable
Modification: The Need for Progressive Leadership."
Tickets: $15 general public, $10 CRG Associates and students.
Special Conference Package: Admission and 1-year subscription
to GeneWatch magazine: $19.95. Non-GE lunch: $15.
Conference limited to 150 participants, so reserve your spot
Tickets, info, registration: or
617.868.0870. Updated information at <www.gene-watch.org>.