Public Debate on Stem Cells on 22 April.
17 Apr 2008
Jospehine Quintavalle, Founder of CORE, has joined the panel of speakers.
Stem cells are in the headlines and causing controversy in Parliament.
Consequently, Nowgen and the Museum of Science and Industry are organising a public event to explore this topic.
This event is part of a series organised in conjunction with the BODY WORLDS 4 exhibition.
What are stem cells and how might the applications of this research impact on our lives? If you want to find out more, come along to this event and join in the debate.
- Dr Daniel Brison - Consultant Embryologist, North West Embryonic Stem Cell Centre, Manchester
- Sarah Devaney - Lecturer in Medical Law, School of Law, The University of Manchester
- Josephine Quintavalle - Founder, Comment on Reproductive Ethics (CORE)
- Professor Trevor Cox - presenter of a weekly science show on BBC Radio Manchester
- Tuesday 22 April 2008, 7-9pm (doors open at 6.30pm)
- The Museum of Science and Industry
- £5 (or £2.50 with a BODY WORLDS 4 exhibition ticket)
- 0161 606 0206 (tickets are limited, so please book tickets in advance)