Mae-Wan Ho has authored or co-authored a number of publications, including 10 books, such as The Rainbow and the Worm, the Physics of Organisms (1993, 1998), Genetic Engineering: Dream or Nightmare? (1998, 1999), and Living with the Fluid Genome (2003). Ho is the director of the The Institute of Science in Society (ISIS), an interest group that campaigns against what it sees as unethical uses of biotechnology.
Ho received a Ph. D. in Biochemistry in 1967 from Hong Kong University, was Postdoctoral Fellow in Biochemical Genetics, University of California San Diego, from 1968 to 1972, Senior Research Fellow in Queen Elizabeth College, Lecturer in Genetics (from 1976) and Readerin Biology (from 1985) in the Open University, and since retiring in June 2000 Visiting Professor of Biophysics in Catania University, Sicily.
Full day conference on 22 March,London…(International Day of Water) 2013.
Registration £40. Attendance is limited, so book now to avoid disappointment. There will also be other events workshops, details to be follow.
Registration fee includes admittance and light refreshments (tea/coffee). Please pay online below or by sending a cheque payable to the Institute of Science in Society to our usual address, or contact Julian Haffegee