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Hi. I'm genegeek (aka Catherine Anderson). Thanks for stopping by. I realized during my PostDoc that I preferred learning and explaining new results to doing science so I started a non-traditional career of teaching and outreach. I'll be using this space to explore public perception of genetics and other cool molecular biology stuff.

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Friday, September 10, 2010

The first annual Gene Screen BC film competition is over! We had a successful Screening Gala on Sept. 8th where we showed the top 3 films. All the film makers were enthusiastic, smart, and funny. To see who won, please check out this link. I have it on good authority that photos of the winners will be uploaded soon.

It looks like Gene Screen BC will be an annual event so start thinking of your entry! This year, the first prize was $3500. If you are interested in the competition, please sign up here or leave a comment below.

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This sounds like such a cool project, glad to see it's going to be a yearly event.
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