Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued? (Second Event)

Progress Educational Trust
Stopford Building, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PT
12 November 2003

Professor Dian Donnai, Dr Helen Wallace, Juliet Tizzard and Robin McKie speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Left to right: Professor Dian Donnai, Dr Helen Wallace, Juliet Tizzard, Robin McKie
Photograph by Simon King
See other photographs of this event below


This evening debate at the University of Manchester was organised by the Progress Educational Trust (PET) in partnership with Nowgen.

It was the second of two PET events addressing the question of whether human genetics is oversold or undervalued. The first event took place in London on 29 May 2003.




Professor Dian Donnai, Dr Helen Wallace and Juliet Tizzard speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Left to right: Professor Dian Donnai, Dr Helen Wallace, Juliet Tizzard
Photograph by Simon King


Dr Helen Wallace, Juliet Tizzard and Robin McKie speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Left to right: Dr Helen Wallace, Juliet Tizzard, Robin McKie
Photograph by Simon King


Juliet Tizzard and Robin McKie speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Left to right: Juliet Tizzard, Robin McKie
Photograph by Simon King


Dr Helen Wallace and Juliet Tizzard speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Left to right: Dr Helen Wallace, Juliet Tizzard
Photograph by Simon King


Professor Dian Donnai and Dr Helen Wallace speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Left to right: Professor Dian Donnai, Dr Helen Wallace
Photograph by Simon King


Professor Dian Donnai speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Professor Dian Donnai
Photograph by Simon King


Professor Dian Donnai speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Professor Dian Donnai
Photograph by Simon King


Robin McKie speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Robin McKie
Photograph by Simon King


Robin McKie speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Robin McKie
Photograph by Simon King


Dr Helen Wallace speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Dr Helen Wallace
Photograph by Simon King


Dr Helen Wallace speaking at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Dr Helen Wallace
Photograph by Simon King


Dr Anna Smajdor and Chris Chatterton at the Progress Educational Trust event 'Gene Hype: Is Human Genetics Oversold or Undervalued?' (photograph by Simon King)

Left to right: Dr Anna Smajdor, Chris Chatterton
Photograph by Simon King