Review the following resources to learn more about the advances occurring in gene editing, explaining historic and current methods for modifying genetic material and how the new gene editing technologies are already being used around the world.
Royal Society Te Apārangi would like to thank the following people for their contribution on creating these resources:
Expert reference group: Professor Barry Scott FRSNZ, Professor Peter Dearden, Associate Professor Peter Fineran, Professor Neil Gemmell, Professor Emily Parker, and Professor Andrew Allan.
International reviewers: Associate Professor Rodolphe Barrangou, Dr Sue Meek, Dr Thomas Joseph Higgins, and Dr Gaetan Burgio
Expert contributors: Dr Jane Alison, Dr Donna Bond, Dr Rowland Burdon FRSNZ, Dr John Caradus FRSNZ, Dr Revel Drummond, Professor Stephen Goldson FRSNZ, Dr Goetz Laible, Associate Professor Richard Macknight, Dr Elspeth MacRae, Mr John McEwan FRSNZ, Dr Shahista Nisa, Dr Grant Smith, Professor Hamish Spencer FRSNZ, Dr Robert Weinkove.
Listen to all panel discussions from our 2017 Prestigious Speakers series on gene editing.
Kim Hill (MC), Josephine Johnston, Peter Fineran, Colin Gavaghan, Jennie Harré Hindmarsh
Listen online: Editing our Genes: Medical Issues
Kim Hill (MC), Josephine Johnston, Mary Birdsall, Māui Hudson, Andrew Shelling
Listen online: Editing our Genes: Fertility and Human Reproduction
Kim Hill (MC), Josephine Johnston, Julie Everett-Hincks, Kevin Prime, William Rolleston
Listen online: Editing our Genes: Agriculture
Kim Hill (MC), Josephine Johnston, Andrea Byrom, Kevin Hackwell, Jan Hania
Listen online: Editing our Genes: Pest Control