For this last discussion, we will be focusing specifically on the ethical implic

For this last discussion, we will be focusing specifically on the ethical implications of personalized genomics and gene editing.
Once you select a topic, find an article and don’t forget to comment on two other posts by your peers. I chose for example an article that talks about how the FDA prohibited 23andMe from providing health information (featured article) but a couple years later the company made a combat (see attached pdf Can 23andMe have it all?). Having worked in forensics during one of my undergraduate internships, I wonder how many cold cases could have been solved in Peru for example, if 23andMe would have been widely available. While the company offers both ancestry and carrier reports, are the right policies in place to protect the customers’ genetic information? Similarly, what are the ethical and social issues of gene editing?
https://www.science.org/content/article/frustrated-us-fda-issues-warning-23andme3Clicks: Francisco Miranda, Shealee Perkins, Dylan Gomez
Can 23andMe have it all?.pdf
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Chenel Moore
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Mark as readMore OptionsFor this discussion, I wanted to focus on genetically modified food. I chose this topic because it is a concept in which I struggle with from an economical standpoint. I do not feel that GMO foods should be created in efforts to push “higher quality” food with the sole intention of making more money. However, this article is interesting because it introduces the idea of genetically modified foods in order to combat global malnutrition. By having a surplus of genetically modified crops it increases overall accessibility to nutrient rich foods. In any situation, I believe gene editing is only as good as the intentions and should be regulated. In addition, the article explains a schematic representation of CRISPR as well utilizing gene editing to provide more nutrient dense crops. Furthermore, the article makes mention of various countries like the US, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia. All of these countries have established a product-based regulation that are free from GMO monitoring and other countries alike are working hard to establish a world-wide effort to push favor towards GMO. However, I still feel that it should be monitored and labeled.
https://www.frontiersin.org/files/Articles/932859/…
Justine Moriarty
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This week for our final module we will be learning about personalized genomics and gene editing. The ability to edit genes comes with an innate ethical concern. These ethical concerns can apply to humans and animals alike. Gene editing is now a very useful alternative for farmed animal breeding. These technological advancements allow farmers to move beyond conventional breeding methods to bring out more desirable traits. Given the choice to adjust a gene which allows your stock to become more resistant to viruses seems like a no-brainer, but what effects with this confidence have on the animal’s welfare? If the ability to edit genes of farm animals leads to the decay of their conditions and care, then it is an unethical practice. Though, with some simple guidelines maybe the animal’s overall welfare can be preserved alongside use of gene editing.https://www.nuffieldbioethics.org/publications/gen…
THE NUFFIELD COUNCIL ON BIOETHICS
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please complete this homework assignment with the 9 typed paragraph. make sure e

please complete this homework assignment with the 9 typed paragraph. make sure everything is well detailed and nothing is missing. attachments include directions. if you have any questions let me know. complete all pages with page 60 with directions for the 9 typed paragraph on word doc. You should also have 2 additional paragraphs – 1 discussing the differences in chi square calculations between large and small sample sizes, and 1 discussing the differences in calculations when a null hypothesis is correct vs when it is incorrect. See p. 60 for a summary of what you need to write.
so 9 paragraph. at least 5 sentences each paragraph.
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please complete this homework assignment with the 9 typed paragraph. make sure e

please complete this homework assignment with the 9 typed paragraph. make sure everything is well detailed and nothing is missing. attachments include directions. if you have any questions let me know. complete all pages with page 60 with directions for the 9 typed paragraph on word doc. You should also have 2 additional paragraphs – 1 discussing the differences in chi square calculations between large and small sample sizes, and 1 discussing the differences in calculations when a null hypothesis is correct vs when it is incorrect. See p. 60 for a summary of what you need to write.
so 9 paragraph. at least 5 sentences each paragraph.
3 more pages need to be added

please complete this homework assignment with the 9 typed paragraph. make sure e

please complete this homework assignment with the 9 typed paragraph. make sure everything is well detailed and nothing is missing. attachments include directions. if you have any questions let me know. complete all pages with page 60 with directions for the 9 typed paragraph on word doc. You should also have 2 additional paragraphs – 1 discussing the differences in chi square calculations between large and small sample sizes, and 1 discussing the differences in calculations when a null hypothesis is correct vs when it is incorrect. See p. 60 for a summary of what you need to write.
so 9 paragraph. at least 5 sentences each paragraph.
3 more pages need to be added

Why is Research Important? Panel Presentation Summary Chelsea Doop, online stud

Why is Research Important? Panel Presentation Summary
Chelsea Doop, online student and SOLUR Scholar during immersion week at the Holechek Lab. OURS program to reach next generation of beekeepers, bee lovers and bee researchers by Stephen Perez. ASU News (2023).
This is the second panel session offered to iSTEM SOLUR Prep students and organized by the School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research (SOLUR) Program. If you are interested to learn about why research is important from a Researcher point of view, then you will find this panel interesting.
In order to earn up to 5 bonus points, please provide a brief summary of the presentation (500 words minimum). The summary should be uploaded as a Word docum