File contains printed and digital copies of "First CRISPR babies: Where are our ethics?" by Francoise Baylis, from the Impact Ethics website; "Why we are not ready for genetically designed babies" by Baylis, Graham Dellaire, and Landon J. Getz, from The Conversation website; and "Jiankui He: A Sorry Tale of High-Stakes Science" by Getz, Dellaire, and Baylis, from the Hastings Center website. The file also contains a memory USB stick with four videos created by or featuring Francoise Baylis, including "Francoise Baylis: 'You Can't Pretend to be God': Experts Condemn Claimed Gene Editing of Babies"; "Francoise Baylis: The Ethics of CRISPR-cas9 Gene Editing Technology"; "The Body Economy: Human Eggs in the Marketplace"; and "The Body Economy: Surrogacy in the Marketplace." The videos are accompanied by a printed document with metadata about the videos.
Item is a videocassette of a lecture by Ann Haley that was used as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum. Haley discusses the work of Peter Nowell and David Hungerford in 1960 in Philadelphia, namely their work regarding leukemic cells in relation to Down's Syndrome. Haley refers to slides, though no slides are shown during the lecture. The video was requested by Dr. Langley from the Department of Medicine.
Item is a video called "Françoise Baylis: The Ethics of CRISPR-cas9 Gene Editing Technology." The video was produced by Ricardo Lopes from a YouTube channel called The Dissenter. The video is an interview with Françoise Baylis about the ethics of CRISPR-cas9 gene editing technology. The video is stored on a USB memory stick.
Item is a video called "Françoise Baylis: 'You Can't Pretend to be God': Experts Condemn Claimed Gene Editing of Babies." The video was produced by CTV News. The video discusses the creation of the world's first gene-edited babies by He Jiankui of the Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen, China. The video is stored on a USB memory stick.
Item is a videocassette of an interview with a couple with a child with a genetic defect. The video was used as part of the Dalhousie Medical School curriculum and was requested by Dr. Welch from the Genetics Division of the Department of Pediatrics.
Item is a digital PDF copy of "Why we are not ready for genetically designed babies" by Françoise Baylis, Graham Dellaire, and Landon J. Getz, originally published on a website called The Conversation.