Events

Selected knowledge dissemination activities in Genomics: Science, Law, Business and Ethics 

 

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 tagc(@gold.ac.uk)

Artificial decisions? Exploring how much Al is in our decisions

 

Contribution by Dr Fatos Selita at International Conference: Artificial Intelligence Legal & scientific implications. Freedom of thought: Is it in Jeopardy?

By Guglielmo Marconi University, Rome. Thursday 15 Februay

 

 

Psychology: Nature, Nurture and Chance 

Contribution by Professor Yulia Kovas at 

 

London Academy of Excellence in Stratford. January 23, 2024 

Providing Genomics Legal Services – All sectors

 

This session on provision of Genomics Legal Services was delivered Professor Yulia Kovas and Dr Fatos Selita to DLA Piper – all departments, globally. 

Goldsmiths-DLA Piper knowledge transfer programme, Friday 22 September 

Providing Genomics Legal Services – Life Sciences

 

This session on provision of Genomics Legal Services was delivered by Professor Yulia Kovas and Dr Fatos Selita to DLA Piper – Life Sciences Departments Globally.

Goldsmiths-DLA Piper knowledge transfer programme, Friday 8 September 

Prediction in the Genomic Era

 

Free will and Decision Making in the Genomic Era

 

A series of talks by the authors, Professor Yulia Kovas and Dr Fatos Selita to diverse audiences internationally.

 

Oedipus Rex in the Genomic Era: Human Behaviour, Law and Society. Palgrave.

Behavioural Genetics and Early Intervention Policy

 

Professor Yulia Kovas and Fatos Selita – contributed to the workshop, organised by the Early Intervention Foundation, with key figures in a number of disciplines, including Geneticists, Policymakers / Civil Servants, Lawyers, Educationalists, Ethicists and Economists – contributed and exchanged ideas. Read more…

 

The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF), August 2021

Reddit session about Genetics by Prof Yulia Kovas

 

Professor Yulia Kovas answered participants’ questions, clustered in the following groups:

  • Law and ethics
  • Genes and ageing
  • Genetics prediction
  • Access to genetics
  • Philosophy
  • Individual differences
  • Genetic modification
  • Society and education. Read more…

Genes & Tonic 4

 

An exhibition of DNA inspired design work from students at Goldsmiths, University of London. Being run as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences. For more, please click here…

 

By TAGC Team

 

 

Know Thy Father

 

The theme of the event was Know Thy Father. The event presented fun learning activities; and short expert talks on different aspects of genetic science, law and ethics. Participants acted as medical ethicists, by interactively considering a real-life court case involving the NHS and genetic information.

Some very interesting views were discussed during this event and it was clear that people had very different opinions, despite being provided with the same information. The outcomes of this event were written into a paper which is currently being considered for publication.

We would like to thank all the attendees and collaborators for making this a very special event.

 

By TAGC Team

 

 

Genetics: Legal and Ethical Implications  

 

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 series, By TAGC Team, Nov 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 bing

 

Genes & Tonic series, By TAGC Team, March 2016

 

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.

 

4 Nov 2015

 

 

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