The genetics lab in the Keating building is part of the BIO5 Institute and Department of Cellular & Molecular Medicine, and features a vast array of medical research technology. The most recent addition includes CRISPR CAS9, a gene-splicing technology that will allow researchers to remove and replaces particular sections of DNA strands- a practical application of which includes removing disease genes and replacing them with "good genes". However, some caution that the new technology may allow for unethical genetic research.
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Dr. Thomas Doetschman, Ph.D., describes a few of the many functions performed in the workspace pictured, which can effectively seal itself to create a sterile and airtight environment in which researchers can operate. CRISPR technology may redefine the future of genetics.
Constant Con features an eclectic assortment of many creative works, ranging from comic book characters, to concept art to the steampunk genre. The shop promotes a space for the community celebrating all things comic-culture, promoting local artists and independent work.
An assortment of artwork featured in Constant Con, located on 6th Ave. by Pennington Street.
Edward Marrano and Frank Powers (pictured left and right respectively) pose at the entrance of Constant Con, a shop on the corner of 6th Ave. and Pennington Street that boasts a wide array of all things comic-culture. Constant Con creates a comic-con style atmosphere and community year round.
The lobby of the LGBTQ Resource Center located on the fourth floor of the Student Union Memorial Center. Despite limited space, the center provides many great resources to the growing LGBTQ community at the UA.
Staff and frequenters of LGBTQ Resource Center, located on the fourth floor of the Student Union Memorial Center, advocate for a larger, improved space to meet the needs of the growing LGBTQ community at the UA.