Emeritus Professor of Biology Reg Garrett is our speaker for the upcoming Luncheon on Monday, November 18 at noon at the Omni Hotel. Reg will explain the DNA research and real-life application enabled the CrispR Technique. He will describe the process by which designer twins were conceived and delivered in China last year and discuss the ethical questions facing us going forward. Reg Garrett is an outstanding teacher, the co-author of the Biochemistry textbook in its tenth edition and an enthusiastic Semester-at-Sea faculty and Academic Dean. Reg and his wife have taken four grandchildren around the world on separate SAS voyages, homeschooling on board and interpreting the social behavior of college undergraduates in the classroom and the port.
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RFA Lunch | Monday, November 18, 2019
Location: Omni Hotel (212 Ridge McIntire Road)
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