Biotechnology

Why it's time to bring genomics into the mainstream

What does genomics mean to you? Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Anna Middleton

Professor and Head, Society and Ethics Research Group, Wellcome Genome Campus (Sanger Institute), University of Cambridge

Mavis Machirori

Research Associate, Policy, Ethics and Life Sciences, Newcastle University

Jenniffer Mabuka-Maroa

Consultant, The African Academy of Sciences

Tiffany Boughtwood

Manager, Australian Genomics Health Alliance

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