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Epigenetics: Myths, Mysteries and Molecules

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DNA is the recipe for life, containing all the instructions to make you – you.

But, is DNA your only destiny? Can the Genome explain all diseases? Can you change your genes? How does your lifestyle affect your future children?

Our panellists will address these questions and more during an interactive evening and lively discussion to find out just what epigenetics is and how it affects you…

Panellists: Prof. Adrian Bird – Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology Dr. Leonie Ringrose – Institute of Molecular Biotechnology Prof. Wolf Reik – Babraham Institute Dr. Nessa Carey – Pfizer

Chair: Dr Jef Grainger – BBSRC Head of Bioscience for Health

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