Integrating scientific knowledge & public values in shaping the futures of biotechnology

Our IGERT program in Genetic Engineering and Society at North Carolina State University is one of the most unique and ground breaking programs in the country. Our interdisciplinary approach fosters effective collaboration among students and faculty from a wide variety of disciplines including scholars from the biological sciences, social sciences, and humanities as well as communities that may be affected by these technologies.

Upcoming Events

The Untold Stories of GMO Pioneers

Keynote speaker Dan Charles, NPR

With Keynote Speaker Dan Charles, Author and NPR Food and Agriculture Correspondent
Event: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 | 5:30-8:00 PM at JAMES B. HUNT LIBRARY 
Complimentary food & wine

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Fall 2017 Colloquium 

Colloquiums are held at 12 PM in the 1911 Building, Room 129. All Students: Please register for the Colloquium (GES 591, Section 002; Class #8721).

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GES Center Co-Directors