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Cambridge Reproduction

 
  • 26Feb

    Panel discussion including:  Dr Heather McMullen (Wolfson Institute of Population Health, Queen Mary University of London), Rebecca Davis (Climate Change Medical Education Fellow and GP - Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust/Cambridge University Clinical School) and Nazneen Khan, Center of South Asian Studies, Visiting Research F

    Location: Sociology Seminar Room, Free School Lane
  • 27Feb

    Cambridge Reproduction invites all Cambridge researches to attend a twice-termly Reading Group on Reproduction in which we’ll help each other engage with classics and new work in a wide range of disciplines. 

    Room CGO 9 @ Student Services Centre - Old Cavendish East Wing (see location map link)
  • 05Mar

    “Humans and chimps share a surprising 98.8 percent of their DNA”. “We all pretty much share 50% of DNA with our brothers and sisters”.

    Location: Pitt Building, CB2 1RP
  • 07Mar

    As stem cell-based embryo models become increasingly more sophisticated, they also raise big questions: how do we define a human embryo and what should be the limit of such research?

    Location: Hans Rausing Lecture Theatre, Science Museum, Exhibition Rd, London SW7 2DD
  • 15Mar

    This screening is part of a series of Cambridge Festival events on “Reproductive Futures”. Please join us for the other events: a screening of THE POD GENERATION (2023) on 20 March and an exhibition and panel discussion about embryo models on 17 March.

    Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College, Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 1TA
  • 17Mar

    In 2023, several stories about stem-cell-based embryo models hit the news, resulting in headlines such as: “Synthetic human embryo made without sperm or an egg”, “Most advanced synthetic human embryo models yet spark controversy”, “Advances in synthetic embryos leave legislators needing to catch up” and “‘Chilling’: Experts react to synthetic h

    Location: The Pitt Building Trumpington Street, CB2 1RP
  • 20Mar

    This screening is part of a series of Cambridge Festival events on “Reproductive Futures”. Please join us for the other events: a screening of HIGH LIFE (2018) on 15 March and an exhibition and panel discussion about embryo models on 17 March.

    Quarry Whitehouse Auditorium, Selwyn College Grange Road, Cambridge CB3 9DQ