At TAGC we are interested in engaging as many people as possible with genetics research as it becomes more and more important in our lives. There are a lot of assumptions about what people know about genetics, and we are keen to actually measure public awareness and interest as best we can. Ultimately, we plan to use this information to develop learning and entertainment material that is best suited to all sorts of people across society.
Colleagues at TAGC have been working hard and are pleased to announce the launch of the international Genetic Literacy and Attitude Survey (iGLAS). If you are interested in testing your own knowledge and helping us develop really useful tools then do please take the survey by clicking here.