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Interested in CRISPR? Want to know how it all started? Or do you just want to know what CRISPR stands for?
If your answer is YES! Save the date 13th of June!
For the first time in Canberra the Spanish microbiologist Dr Francisco Mojica will be giving a public lecture at the Australian Academy of Science about his pioneer work on the adaptive immunity system of prokaryotes CRISPR-Cas. The discovery that ultimately led to the CRISPR gene editing technique, one of the greatest recent advances in Biology and Medicine.
Please join us at the Shine Dome to be amazed by Dr Mojica’s talk about the origins of CRISPR.
FREE Register on Eventbrite.
Event brought to you by the Association of Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP) in collaboration with the Embassy of Spain in Canberra, The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS), CSIRO, The Australian Academy of Science and Cariboo Design.
When: On 13 June 2018 at 6:30 PM
Where: Shine Dome, Canberra
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