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Watch colloquium videos from the 2014-15 academic year.

Fall 2014


David Berube, Sheron King, Jen Baltzegar, Johanna Elsensohn, Rene Valdez, and Elizabeth Pitts - Synthetic Biology and the Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) Competitions
Date:11/25/2014


Andy Binder - Defining GE
Date:11/18/2014


Jean Ristaino - Emerging Plant Diseases in the Context of Food Security
Date:11/4/2014


Jane Hoppin - Health Risks and GE Crops
Date:10/28/2014


Jade Berry-James - African American Attitudes Toward GE Foods
Date:10/21/2014


Sheron King, Jessica Barnes, Jen Baltzegar, Nicole Gutzmann, Jayce Sudweeks, Johanna Elsensohn (2014 Student Cohort) - Mexico Summer Course Presentation
Date:9/23/2014


Greg Backus, Rene Valdez, Elizabeth Pitts, Caroline Leitschuh, and Megan Serr (2013 Student Cohort) - Cohort Project Presentation
Date:9/16/2014


Tim Antonelli, Amanda Clayton, Molly Hartzog, Sophia Webster, and Gabe Zilnik (2012 Student Cohort) - Cohort Project Presentation
Date:9/9/2014


Jason Delborne - Tomorrow's Table Book Discussion
Date:9/2/2014

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Spring 2015


Amanda Clayton - Economic Considerations in Vector
Date:4/14/2015


Sophia Webster and Molly Hartzog - Thesis Research Updates
Date:4/7/2015


Andrew Binder - Public Perceptions of GT
Date:3/31/2015


Zack Brown - New Research Questions
Date:3/17/2015


Michelle Schroeder-Moreno - Agroecology
Date:3/3/2015


Bob Kelly and Sabrina Robertson - NCSU Biotechnology Program
Date:2/10/2015


Tim Antonelli - Population Biology of Gene Drive
Date:2/3/2015


Marce Lorenzen - Molecular Genetics of Gene Drive
Date:1/21/2015


Jennifer Kuzma and Sheron King - Delphi Study
Date:1/14/2015

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