Shaping San Francisco hosted a forum on human genetic engineering and synthetic biology. Scientists working on glowing plants, hornless cows, and 3-D bio-printers talked about the ethics of altering human embryos, cloning, and gene-altering technology.
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Christopher Carlson Co-Director Shaping San Francisco
Chris Carlsson Co-Director Shaping San Francisco
Elliot Hosman Senior Program Associate Center for Genetics and Society
Tito Jankowski Co-Founder BioCurious Hackerspace
Peter Shanks Consultant Center for Genetics and Society
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