About the Genome Writers Guild

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Mission

The Genome Writers Guild is a scientific organization of researchers, physicians, students, entrepreneurs, investors, government representatives, futurists, artists and the public. It is built on an understanding that genomic engineering comprises powerful technologies that have the potential to better humanity and the world humans inhabit. We believe that it is our duty to see this transformation happen in a responsible manner. To succeed in this mission, genome engineering should develop its own code of conduct built around a concept of personal and collective responsibility alongside public input.

 

History

The Genome Writers Guild is a scientific organization of researchers, physicians, students, entrepreneurs, investors, government representatives, futurists, artists and the public. It is built on an understanding that genomic engineering comprises powerful technologies that have the potential to better humanity and the world humans inhabit. We believe that it is our duty to see this transformation happen in a responsible manner. To succeed in this mission, genome engineering should develop its own code of conduct built around a concept of personal and collective responsibility alongside public input.

 

Policies

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Regulation

We will inform and influence public policy and government regulators to responsibly disseminate ideas and information that will lead to better understanding of the potentials and concerns of genome engineering. We intend to assist with generating regulations that complement our code and protect the public but do not hinder progress.

 

Internal

Within the Guild, we strive to create a culture of innovation where conversation, exposure, and collaboration come together to create novel technologies for the good of humanity and the world. We seek to prepare the next generation of gene editors through mentoring, instruction, and assemblies.

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Public

Outside the Guild, we aim to consistently interact with the public through dialogue sessions, conferences, and workshops. We hope to broaden understanding of the field while correcting misconceptions and addressing concerns. Importantly, we want to learn from others, bringing opinions and ideas together for a better world.