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SciScreen: Golden Genes

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We’re delighted to welcome an amazing panel to this SciScreen and post screening discussion. The panel includes:

-Ann Clarke, Founder of Frozen Ark Charity.

-Erwin Gorjup, Head of Department Biomedical Technologies at Fraunhofer.

-Iwan Palmer, a Researcher at Fraunhofer, PhD in Biomedical Engineering and a Degree in Biology.

-Alexander Massmann, Research Associate at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion.

-Bronwen Aken, Team Leader for Vertebrate Annotation, European Bioinformatics Institute, Wellcome Genome Campus.

The frozen, bodiless genes of millions of plants, animals and humans are stored in biobanks around the world. They rekindle dreams of old: re-creating extinct species, ending world hunger, human life without illness or disease. But biobanks do more than that. They pose a fundamental question to our contemporary beliefs: What does it mean to be part of nature in the age of the genome?

Saving the DNA of all life on Earth will be one of the greatest international research projects of coming decades. Golden Genes — part nature film, part political documentary — demonstrates the extent to which biodiversity research is not only challenging human society but also our very conception of humankind.


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