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The Fertility Show

EVENTS


Building Bridges between Genes, Brains and Language

Royal Institution of Great Britain
Royal Institution of Great Britain, 21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS, UK
08 July 2009 - 7pm-8.30pm

A discussion introduced by Dr Simon Fisher, Royal Society Research Fellow and head of the Molecular Neuroscience Group at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics.

This lecture will explain how a gene called FOXP2 can provide a unique molecular window into key neural pathways, allowing us to build bridges between genes, brains, speech and language.

Attendance fees range from £4 to £8. To register, use this online form or contact the Royal Institution of Great Britain at or on +44 (0)20 7409 2992.


Find out more about genetics in The Rough Guide to Genes and Cloning, coauthored by BioNews Contributing Editor Dr Jess Buxton (buy this book from Amazon UK or Amazon USA); and find out more about fertility/embryology regulation in Human Fertilisation and Embryology: Reproducing Regulation, coedited by BioNews Contributing Editor Dr Kirsty Horsey (buy this book from Amazon UK or Amazon USA).

Further details of this event are available on the Royal Institution of Great Britain website.

Published by the Progress Educational Trust

CROSSING FRONTIERS

Moving the Boundaries of Human Reproduction

Public Conference
London
8 December 2017

Speakers include

Professor Azim Surani

Professor Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz

Professor Robin Lovell-Badge

Sally Cheshire

Professor Guido Pennings

Katherine Littler

Professor Allan Pacey

Dr Sue Avery

Professor Richard Anderson

Dr Elizabeth Garner

Dr Jacques Cohen

Dr Anna Smajdor

Dr Andy Greenfield

Vivienne Parry

Dr Helen O'Neill

Dr César Palacios-González

Philippa Taylor

Fiona Fox

Sarah Norcross


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