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Colloquium Videos Join the Conversation! Upcoming speakers, past colloquium videos, abstracts, and information. Colloquium is held Tuesdays at 12pm in the 1911 Building, room 129. Contact Jason Delborne at email@example.com for more information….
Zachary Brown Associate Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics; GES Center Executive Committee Member College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Poole College of Management Contact Faculty page: https://cals.ncsu.edu/agricultural-and-resource-economics/people/zachary-brown/ | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: (919) 515-5969…
A symposium on the systemwide economic, ecological, & societal impacts of emerging innovations in biotechnology. New date forthcoming
Entomology Seminar: Zack Brown on Public Perceptions and Ex Ante Consumer Impacts of Gene Drives for Agricultural Insect Pests
Entomology Seminar, 11:15am – 12:15pm, Oct. 14. Thomas Hall, Room 3503 (Stephens Room). To watch the ENT seminar remotely via Zoom: https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/927923475
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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will hold a public release webinar for the new consensus report Forest Health and Biotechnology: Possibilities and Considerations on Tuesday, January 8 at 2:00 pm ET. Register below to watch the report release webinar. The recording will be posted 1 week afterwards.
In April 2018, a team of NC State faculty and students convened a stakeholder workshop to explore opportunities for public engagement surrounding the development, regulatory review, and potential deployment of a genetically engineered American chestnut tree. As perhaps the first GMO designed to spread and persist in the wild, the tree has the potential to restore a functionally extinct species, but also raises important ethical, political, ecological, and cultural questions. This report describes the workshop and its purpose, details the substance of the discussions, and offers the research team’s perspective on lessons learned and ways forward.
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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