Public lecture on epigenetics
The Annual Symposium for the Biochemical Society will take place at the University next month with Nessa Carey, author of popular science book ‘The Epigenetics Revolution’ giving a public lecture.
The lecture will focus on epigenetics - the scientific phenomena in which two things are genetically identical, yet are different in appearance or behaviour. An example of this is A caterpillar and the butterfly that it turns in to. They have the same genetic code but it's hard to think of two things that look more different.
The lecture will take place:
On: Tuesday 11 December
In: The Conference Auditorium
All are welcome and attendance is free.
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