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Natalie Farny, associate teaching professor of biology and biotechnology (left) and Patricia Stapleton, assistant professor of social science & policy studies, will participate in a discussion on CRISPR.  alt
Natalie Farny, associate teaching professor of biology and biotechnology (left) and Patricia Stapleton, assistant professor of social science & policy studies, will participate in a discussion on CRISPR.
December 04, 2018

Media Coverage

As I See It: Public's interest is crucial in gene-editing Discussion

An op-ed by Patricia Stapleton, assistant professor of social science and policy studies, was published in today's Telegram & Gazette.

WPI professors raise ethical questions on CRISPR breakthrough

The Worcester Business Journal covered a WPI forum on the gene-editing technology known as CRISPR. Noted in the article were: Dean, Arts and Sciences, Jean King; Assistant Professor, Social Science, Patricia Stapleton; Associate Professor, Humanities and Arts Bethel Eddy; Associate Professor, Biology and Biotechnology, Rita Rao; and Associate Teaching Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Destin Heilman.