IGI welcomes students from The Athenian School

The IGI will welcome students from The Athenian School in Danville for a lab tour on Monday, February 1st.  Molly Gowen’s junior/senior geology and chemistry students will meet with IGI Scientific Director, Jacob Corn, tour IGI laboratory facilities, and talk with IGI grad students and postdocs about CRISRP-Cas9 genetic editing technology, careers in science and working at UC Berkeley. 

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