Media Workshop series on Science and Innovation

To enhance journalists’ understanding of the recent developments in science and technology, especially ln medicine, HKJA is co-organizing a “Media Workshop series on Science and Innovation” with The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

The first media workshop will be on Biomedical Sciences. The major discoveries in medical sciences in recent years have brought humans to new frontiers in medical knowledge and clinical applications. Prof Chan Wai-yee, Pro Vice Chancellor and Director of School of Biomedical Sciences will present the development of Somatic genome editing and germline genome editing, as well as related ethical issues. Participants could also have a chance to visit the laboratory of the School of Biomedical Sciences.

The workshop will be conducted in Cantonese. Details of the workshop are as follows:

Media workshop on Biomedical Sciences

Date 23 February 2019 (Saturday)
Time 14:00 – 16:30
Venue: School of Biomedical Sciences, the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Language: Cantonese
Quota: 40 persons
Fee: Free of charge
  1. The workshop is for educational purpose only, not to be reported.
  2. Interested journalists and HKJA members please enroll here. Admission priority will be given to HKJA members.

For enquiry, please call HKJA office 2591 0692 or email [email protected]


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