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A Look at GETS 2019

GETS 2019 has just wrapped up, we are so excited to be able to host and meet wonderful speakers, panelists and attendees discussing the future in technology and governance. There is no way we can fit all of the amazing … Continue reading

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Bowman Releases Article in ‘Social Science & Medicine’

Diana Bowman recently released an article discussing the expectations of cancer screening and the politics that lurk behind this new technology. The article, in ‘Social Science & Medicine,’ focuses on Australia’s breast and cervical screening programs and “the implications for … Continue reading

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Recap: SmartCities Report

The ABA Smart Cities Conference featured several panels discussing current issues and future considerations in developing smart cities. Industry experts, academics, and attorneys came together to discuss what the future of smart cities holds. Bill Gates opened the conference with … Continue reading

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Marchant Quoted in Science Magazine on Gene Testing

Faculty Director Gary Marchant was recently quoted in “Science Magazine” discussing the gene testing surges and lawsuits that are trailing behind. Marchant is part of a 3-year project called LawSeq, which aims to help build legal guidelines to support genomic … Continue reading

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LSI Center Scholar Walter Johnson publishes article in the Journal of Food Law and Policy

LSI Center Scholar and 3L Walter Johnson has an upcoming article in the Journal of Food Law and Policy. The article, “Blockchain Meets Genomics: Governance Considerations for Promoting Food Safety and Public Health,” considers the promise and challenges of two … Continue reading

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Scientists Add Names to Global Moratorium on Embryo Editing

Leaders of the American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy sent a letter to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, adding their names to the list of scientists who have called for a global moratorium on experiments that could … Continue reading

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Marchant Speaks at LawSeq Symposium on DNA Sequencing

Faculty Directory Gary Marchant recently spoke at a LawSeq symposium discussing DNA sequencing and the legal aspects that come into play when introduced to the public as a direct-to-consumer option. Marchant and his LawSeq colleagues met at the University of … Continue reading

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