Khara Grieger to Co-lead Knowledge Transfer Efforts for New $25 million Phosphorus Research Center
October 8, 2021 | Khara Grieger will co-lead Knowledge Transfer efforts between researchers and stakeholders for NC State’s new $25 million NSF STEPS Center.
What to Know About GMOs
NC State biotech policy expert Jennifer Kuzma answers top questions about genetically modified organisms.
A Sterile Solution: How Crispr Could Protect Wild Salmon
Gene-editing technology may prevent escaped farmed salmon from interbreeding with their wild counterparts.
Cultural Beliefs and Stakeholder Affiliation Influence Attitudes Towards Responsible Research and Innovation | Frontiers in Political Science
Jennifer Kuzma, June 24, 2021 | Biotech developers are concerned about the future of gene editing having experienced the contentious history of first-generation GM foods. They have also expressed desires to do better with public engagement in gene-editing innovation. The framework of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) may provide a way forward to act on their desires for greater public legitimacy.
A Focus on “Intended Consequences” to Drive Conservation Action | Conservation Science and Practice
Press Release, April 15, 2021 | A newly published special issue of Conservation Science and Practice makes the case for rebalancing the risk–benefit equation in conservation.
First GMO Mosquitoes to Be Released In the Florida Keys | Undark
The EPA approved Oxitec's mosquitoes for release this spring. Some scientists and locals want to halt the deployment.
|https://research.ncsu.edu/ges/research/fun-crops. PDF||FUN-CROPS, foliar fungal endophytes, Bioengineering, Regulation, Governance|
|https://research.ncsu.edu/ges/research/fun-crops. PDF||FUN-CROPS, foliar fungal endophytes, Bioengineering, Stakeholder Engagement|
|10.3389/fsufs.2021.685801. PDF||Gene Edited Crops, Livestock Genetics, Climate Change, Agriculture, Food System, Food Security, Crop Biotechnology|
|10.36967/nrr-2287250 PDF||National Park Service, Free Ranging Cats, Biodiversity, Public Engagement, Stakeholder Conflict|
|10.1515/9783110719932-005||Environmental health and safety, Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials, Risk screening|
Influence of Natural Organic Matter and pH on Phosphate Removal by and Lanthanum Release from Lanthanum-Modified BentoniteZhi, Y., Call, D., Grieger, K., Duckworth, O., Jones, J.L., Knappe, D. 2021. Influence of Natural Organic Matter and pH on Phosphate Removal by and Lanthanum Release from Lanthanum-Modified Bentonite. Water Research; doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2021.117399. PDF
|Eutrophication, Lake restoration, Lanthanum release, Humic and fulvic acid, Phosphate management|