PDFs of powerpoint presentations

Wednesday 29th Nov 2017;

Allan Green – CSIRO & Gene editing in the context of metabolic engineering

Caixia Gao – Genome Editing with Programmable Nucleases in Crop Plants

Craig Cormick – Gene editing and drivers of Public Attitudes

David Dall – Gene Editing and Biosecurity Risk Analysis; a DAWR perspective

Felicity Keiper – Regulatory Challenges Presented by Genome Editing

Glenn Thorlby – Experiences of Scion in the gene editing space

Jin-Soo Kim – Genome-wide Target Specificity of CRISPR

Kerry Fluhr – Navigating the CRISPR IP Landscape

Lisa Kelly – Food regulatory perspective on gene editing

Andrea Robold – OGTR Perspective on Gene Editing

Lucy Carter&Aditi Mankad – Psychological and ethical perspectives on gene editing

Heather Bray – Social perspectives on gene editing in Australia

Mick Ayliffe – Gene editing in cereals

Sareena Sahab – Deploying Zinc Finger Nucleases (ZFNs) For Genome Editing in Agriculturally Important Crops

Yao-Guang Liu – Development of high-efficiency plant genome editing toolkit

Thursday 30th November 2017:

Bing Yang – CRISPR-mediated Genome Editing in Rice and Maize

Emma Wallington – Gene Editing in Cereals

Fatima Naim – Exploring and improving genome editing in plants

Jimmy Botella – CRISPR-mediated ultrafast breeding (sticky rice)

Michael Jones – An approach to improve nutritional properties of potato varieties by genome editing – not available

Nijat Imin – CRISPR-mediated gene editing in hairy roots of model legume Medicago truncatula_ peptide hormones