The Marsilius Kolleg of Heidelberg University bridges the gap between sciences and humanities through meetings and joint projects, which in turn promotes understanding and cooperation between the sciences and the humanities. Founded in 2007, the Marsilius Kolleg is a central component of Heidelberg’s successful proposal granted by the Excellence Initiative, launched by the federal and state governments of Germany.
Prof. Dr. Michael Boutros, Genome Research, German Cancer Research Center and Heidelberg University
Dr. Fruzsina Molnár-Gábor, Law, Heidelberg Academy of Science and Humanities
Prof. Dr. Klaus Tanner, Theology / Ethics, Heidelberg University Thursday, November 15, 6 p.m. Location: Lecture Hall of Old Heidelberg University
Background, status quo, and future perspectives of the international regulation of CRISPR/Cas applications in the human germline November 12-17, 2018 Marsilius-Kolleg, Lecture Hall, Im Neuenheimer Feld 130.1, 69120 Heidelberg