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Stem-cell research symposium

3 July 2007

A symposium on the legal and ethical implications of stem-cell research will be held at UCL on 11 July 2007.

Belinda Bennett

The symposium is designed to be of interest to all at UCL whose work is concerned with stem-cell research, whether as scientists, clinicians, technologists, ethical and creative thinkers, lawyers or business leaders. Anyone with a desire to learn more about the subject or an opinion to express is welcome.

The event will be co-hosted by Professor Michael Freeman (UCL Laws) and the University of Sydney's Faculty of Law Associate Professor Belinda Bennett.

Professor Malcolm Grant, President and Provost of UCL, will open the proceedings, with Professor Michael Worton, UCL Vice-Provost (Academic & International) and Professor John Hearn, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney.

Places are limited, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To book a place contact Senice So.

Images: Associate Professor Belinda Bennett and Professor Michael Freeman 

Link: UCL Laws