TAGC organises informative and interactive events as part of its mission to make genetic knowledge accessible. TAGC’s events include talks by leading scientists and lawyers, interactive learning and conferences. To receive updates, please register  your interest with us by emailing us at contact@tagc.world

 

Recent events
Russian School Twin Registry (RSTR)  –  5-year anniversary celebration

To celebrate the project’s success and acknowledge the wonderful twins’ invaluable contribution and continuous enthusiasm to be part of this research project, Members of TAGC from Tomsk State University (TSU) and Goldsmiths, University of London organised an event at TSU on 20 December 2016.

Those present included twins, international researchers, volunteers and student of MSс Human Development: Genetics, Neuroscience And Psychology. Read more…

 

Genes & Tonic – Nov 2016

Science, Law, Ethics, Society

Our Genes and Tonic events are open to all to learn about genetics in a fun and interactive way.  They are designed to promote knowledge about genetic science and implications (legal and ethical) of genetic knowledge for society.   Read more here

 

 

 

Genes & Tonic – March 2016

Science, Law, Ethics, Society

The Accessible Genetics Consortium runs a series of Genes and Tonic public engagement events in collaboration with InLab. The aim of the events is to inform the public about the recent developments in the field of genetics and individual differences.

The first “Genes and Tonic” took place at the New York University London in Bedford Square and was a success. The program included short talks on genetic research, online DNA extraction, refreshments and a genetic bingo.

 

Conferences

Building Bridges: Mobilising international interdisciplinary science to benefit societies

TAGC was inaugurated at Building Bridges conference, dedicated to building bridges across different disciplines, international teams, and ultimately – from science to society. The conference was hosted by Goldsmiths, University of London, and included talks from leading international scientists of numerous disciplines, lawyers and other educationalists. Read more… . For a press release, click here.