210 6.00pm Thu 6 Aug 2015
University's iGEM department are developing a biosensor tool that can measure impurities and contaminants of MDMA and Heroin.
This is a panel discussion on increasing advocacy and harm reduction measures to consumers of illegal drugs in Scotland. The background is a team from Edinburgh University's iGEM department are developing a biosensor tool that can measure impurities and contaminants of MDMA and Heroin. They are looking to create discussion on the use of such tools as well as widen the debate to bigger harm reduction measures. Time and place is 6-7.30pm on Thursday 6th Aug. Patersonâ€™s Land, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8AQ..
Chair :Lucy Wang - Edinburgh University Debates Union, The speakers: Anna Ross - Doctoral researcher on narratives within drugs policy. Kate Hopkins - Turning point, Vicky Moynihan - iGEM team, Graeme Pearson - MSP, Scottish Labour,
Patersonâ€™s Land, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AQ
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