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Outlaw Biology? Public Participation in the Age of Big Bio

Citizen Science | DIY Biology | Nano Hacking | At-Home Clinical Research | Recreational Genetics | Synthetic Biology | Open Source Science | Ars Synthetica | Genetic Art

January 29, 2010, 4:00 pm   » 

A symposium exploring new forms of biological and engineering research beyond the university and the corporation and an exhibition and bio-faire for exploring new forms of participation, open science and do it yourself biology.
Please note the event on Friday begins at 4pm until 8pm
Saturday, January 30 the event begins at 10am until 4pm.

With:
Gaymon Bennet (SynBERC and Ars-Synthetica.net, Berkley,)
Jason Bobe (DIYBio.org and The Personal Genome Project, Cambridge, MA)
Roger Brent (Fred Hutchison Cancer Center, Seattle)
Phil Lukeman (Cal Poly Pomona)
Hugh Rienhoff (MyDaughtersDNA.org, Berkeley)
Meredith Paterson (Hacker, Belgium)
Victoria Vesna (UCLA Art|Science Center, UCLA Design Media Arts, Los Angeles)

Moderated by:
Christopher Kelty (UCLA Center for Society and Genetics, Los Angeles)

More info

California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI)
570 Westwood Plaza
Building 114
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1456
Parking is $12 all day, and is available near CNSI in structure 9, adjacent to the building. For more information, call 1.310.206.0686.