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ASU students host first annual Western Regional Bioethics Conference

y. A special public lecture on the evening of the 25th will feature a provocative discussion of the ethics of Genetic Modification with panelists to include the renowned Dr. Lee Silver of Princeton University and Dr. Adrienne Asch of Wellesley College.

Registration is free for all undergraduates from Arizona academic institutions and they are encouraged to register quickly to secure a place on the growing list of attendees. For more information about this exciting opportunity and the latest list of speakers and registration details, please visit the conference website at http://lifesciences.asu.edu/bioethics/wrbc.


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Contact: James Hathaway
hathaway@asu.edu
480-965-6375
Arizona State University
28-Jan-2005


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