4/2/19 - Danesha Carley - NC State CERSA
3/26/19 - Anna Whitfield - Biotech control strategies for vector-borne viruses
3/19/19 - Teshanee Williams - Using Stories to Examine Influence in Decision Making
3/5/19 - Aditi Mankad - Social Science and SynBio [Part 1]
3/5/19 - Aditi Mankad - Social Science and SynBio [Part 2]
2/26/19 - Khara Grieger - Climate Change and Risk Governance of Geoengineering
2/19/19 - Jason Delborne - NASEM Forest Biotech Study
2/12/19 - Natalie Kofler - Editing Nature
2/5/19 - Jennifer Kuzma - Regulating Gene-Edited Crops
1/22/19 - Ramon Leon - Weeds and Herbicide Resistant Crops
1/15/19 - Qian Xu - GMOs and Chinese Social Media
12/4/18 - Helena Feder - Frankenstein at 200: Science and the novel
11/6/18 - Stephen Briggs - Plant Sciences Initiative
10/30/18 - Kelly Nelson - Biofuels Policy and Innovation Spillovers
10/9 - [Part 1] FAKE NEWS! Zika and GMOs on Social Media
10/9 - [Part 2] FAKE NEWS! Zika and GMOs on Social Media
10/2/18 -[Part 1] Misinformation regarding Zika and GMOs on Social Media
10/2/18 -[Part 2] Misinformation regarding Zika and GMOs on Social Media
9/25/18 - From GMOs to Big Data: The curious disappearance of food politics
9/11/18 - Community Engagement in Field Trials of GM Mosquitoes
9/4/18 - Can CRISPR Displace Pesticides? Paul Vincelli, UK
8/24/18 - GES Colloquium: Fall Intro
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