Evigt liv genom genteknik? Hisnande möte konst – vetenskap

Om det fanns en medicin som kunde stoppa kroppens åldrade – skulle du ta den? I en installation på Tekniska museet i Stockholm iscensätter konstnären Emilia Tikka en framtidsvision på det temat. Verket är resultatet av hennes samarbete med forskare i genteknik. Utställningen invigdes med ett seminarium den 23 januari 2020.

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Vill du leva för evigt? – Möte mellan konst och genteknik invigs i Stockholm i dag

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Skulle du ta en medicin som gav evigt liv? Frågan ställs av konstnären Emilia Tikka i en installation på Tekniska museet i Stockholm, som invigs i dag. I installationen får besökare följa ett framtidsscenario där ena parten i ett kärlekspar väljer att ta en sådan medicin. Verket tillkom efter Emilia Tikkas vistelse vid Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine i Berlin.

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Could you involve the public with your research? 

ORION Open Science has opened an exciting new funding call for co-creative research projects worth up to 100,000€. One co-creative project that brings on board a variety of different groups, such as researchers, industry, government, charities and the general public, to get involved with research from design through to completion will be funded.

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From ideas to real life projects

“The ORION Open Science project has helped CEITEC Masaryk University to introduce new processes within our institute and to lead the way to Open Science in Central and Eastern Europe” said Jiri Nantl, Director of CEITEC in his welcome speech at the ORION Open Science Annual meeting which took place in Brno, Czech Republic on 6-7 May 2019.

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Why should the public be involved in science?

“For research to be really impactful, the public has to be involved. They need to understand the research and we need to help to connect the research to what people care about,” says Imran Khan, Head of Public Engagement at Wellcome Trust in the UK, one of the world’s largest research funders. But do the public wish to be involved in science? The German and Swedish Science Barometers, the EU-project ORION Open Science European public attitudes survey and the Wellcome Trust Global Monitor have all asked this question.

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What do Europeans think about life sciences research?

The ORION Open Science report ”Public attitudes to life sciences research in six European countries” shows that interest in life sciences research is generally high among citizens and that the three most accepted purposes of using genome editing are related to the medical field. 6000 persons were interviewed in this pan-European study which was led by the ORION partners VA in Sweden and CEITEC in the Czech Republic. The full report is now published.

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