Past events

Progress Educational Trust (PET)'s upcoming events

 

 

 Manchester on 5 September, Edinburgh on 27 September and 10 October, and in London on 5 December - about genomics, surrogacy, and the law governing fertility treatment and embryo research.

 

 

• 'HOW DO WE MAKE GENOMICS EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS?' - see https://www.progress.org.uk/genomicseverybodysbusiness- is a FREE-to-attend event produced in partnership with Genomics England, taking place in Manchester on the evening of Wednesday 5 September 2018 (6.30pm-8.30pm). To book places, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

The event will be chaired by SARAH NORCROSS (Director of PET), with speakers including PROFESSOR NICK HOPKINS (Law Commissioner responsible for Surrogacy at the Law Commission), DR KIRSTY HORSEY (Chief Examiner and Reader in Law at the University of Kent), ROBERT GILMOUR (Co-Director of SKO Family Law Specialists), DR AGOMONI GANGULI MITRA (Co-Director of the Mason Institute) and CLAIRE KELLY (a surrogate who has helped two couples have families).

 

 

• 'WHOSE GENOME IS IT ANYWAY? BIG DATA AND YOUR DNA' - see https://www.progress.org.uk/whosegenome - is a FREE-to-attend event produced in partnership with Genomics England, taking place in Edinburgh on the evening of Wednesday 10 October 2018 (6.30pm-8.30pm). To book places, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it