As the Genome: Unlocking Life's Code exhibition closes at the National Museum of Natural History and begins its North American tour, please join us as we explore the importance of genomic medicine and what the next decade holds for genomic advances. The symposium will be held in two parts, with a day and evening session. Separate registration is required for both sessions.
A panel of artists, scholars, and scientists comes together for a fascinating conversation on how arts and popular culture can provide unique insights into the narrative of human history told through our DNA. Afterward, raise a glass to the science and the art of winemaking in a special tasting.
Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code provides the inspiration and the setting for an event that mixes socializing and science to create a party as unique as a strand of your own DNA.
A Spectrum of Perspectives: Native Peoples and Genetic Research
Did you know that scientists are studying female and male animals — even his and hers versions of cells — to understand why sex matters in biology and for our health?
A two-day event held in Brooklyn, NY celebrating the life of Henerietta Lacks.
A decade ago, scientists announced that they had completed the Human Genome Project. But, what exactly is a genome? How is it important to your health?