DIY biology

Community labs, engaged online groups, affordable equipment and open access resources are providing new opportunities for people to participate in scientific research outside of traditional settings. Discuss the exciting prospects for increased cross-discipline collaboration, artistic experimentation and original research by those outside of universities and industry and debate the ethical issues and risks of biohacking and open science. Join BBC radio presenter, Kat Arney alongside researchers Bethan Wolfenden, Laura Bowater, Helen Spiers and Mark Erickson to explore these topics.

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