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What do the public think about genome editing? That’s what we hope to find out through our public dialogues on genome editing which takes place in Berlin on16 November. The aim with the public dialogue is to discuss the risks and opportunities of disruptive technologies and identify any concerns the public might have.

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What do the public think about genome editing? That’s what we hope to find out through our public dialogues on genome editing which takes place in Berlin on 6 and 16 November. The aim with the public dialogues is to discuss the risks and opportunities of disruptive technologies and identify any concerns the public might have.

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Ever heard the term Open Science? If not you should sign up for the workshop "Why Everyone Should Care About Open Science" at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association, MDC, in Berlin on 4 November during the Berlin Science Week.

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What do the public think about genome editing? That’s what we hope to find out through our public dialogues on genome editing which takes place in Cambridge on October 24 and November 2. The aim with the public dialogues is to discuss the risks and opportunities of disruptive technologies and identify any concerns the public might have.

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Open Science concepts and tools have the potential to transform the current scientific system for the greater good of all, but what does it mean for you? How can you and your work benefit from the Open Science movement? Welcome to an Open Science Workshop for PhD Students at the University of Cambridge on 14 October.

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Open Science concepts and tools have the potential to transform the current scientific system for the greater good of all, but what does it mean for you? How can you and your work benefit from the Open Science movement? Welcome to an Open Science Workshop for students and researchers at the University of Copenhagen on 4 October.

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Open Science concepts and tools have the potential to transform the current scientific system for the greater good of all, but what does it mean for you? How can you and your work benefit from the Open Science movement? Welcome to an Open Science Workshop for PhD Students at the Babraham Institute on 10 October.

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Join the Live Chat with Dr Emma Harris, from the ORION Open Science Project, and Dr Ann Grand, from Wellcome Trust on 3 September at 11:00 CET. They will be discussing: How will Open Science impact research funders? Why is Open Science important and what does it involve? What can the people working for funding organisations do to promote Open Science?

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Open science is about making research more accessible and transparent for other researchers and for society as a whole. The public wants to be involved in the research - but do the researchers want it? If yes, how to make it happen and what are the challenges? This will be discussed in a seminar at the Almedalen Week in Visby, Sweden on 2 July.

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Art is a powerful tool to reach people. Since prehistoric times, humans have used art to tell stories, communicate complex ideas and express emotions. Now, scientists and science communicators are increasingly using diverse art forms to convey science to the public. Join our inspirational session at the Forum for Science Communication.

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