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February 24 – 26, 2016 Impetus for the Workshop In an era of forward thinking and innovation, the world faces more complex and thought-provoking problems than it has ever dealt with before. These problems sometimes…
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Research finds the toxin in a widely used GM crop is having little impact on the crop pest called corn earworm – which is consistent with predictions made almost 20 years ago that were largely ignored.
Overview The interdisciplinary minor in Genetic Engineering and Society (GES) examines the technological, societal and ecological issues surrounding the development and potential use of genetically engineered organisms. Participants in the minor will learn the basic…
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The Genetic Engineering and Society Center at hosted a workshop in February of 2016, supported in part by the National Science Foundation, entitled ‘A Roadmap to Gene Drives: A Deliberative Workshop to Develop Frameworks for…
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Roadmaps to Gene Drives Workshop Dr. Jennifer Kuzma Dr. Kevin Esvelt Dr. Aleksandra Malyska History Speakers Back to top Search all videos Back to top Share: