Blog: COVID-19 Reveals the Personal Side of Globalization – GM Researchers Should Take Note

May 20, 2020 | Nora Haenn

Nora Haenn, 5/20/2020 | COVID-19 has shown us, there’s an important consequence for the way globalization is both local at all points and persistently invisible in its entirety....

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Blog: Yes, and…

April 22, 2020 | Guest Author

Royden Saah and Eli Hornstein, 4/22/2020 | To counter the COVID-19 pandemic, YES we can be responsible AND take urgent, unfamiliar action....

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COVID-19’s Global Impact: Interdisciplinary perspectives from inside GES, looking out | GES Colloquium

April 21, 2020 | Patti Mulligan

Join us for a discussion with an all-star cast of GES faculty, scholars and graduate students as they reflect upon COVID-19, our preparedness, response, and its impacts on our global community. Final Colloquium of the semester!...

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GES COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

April 15, 2020 | Patti Mulligan

The Genetic Engineering and Society Center serves as a hub of interdisciplinary research, engaged scholarship, and inclusive dialogues. Positioned at the nexus of science and technology, the social sciences and humanities, the GES Center has taken a...

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COVID-19—Biotechnology Is Never Enough

April 3, 2020 | Jennifer Kuzma

The currently-unfolding COVID-19 case boldly underscores the reality that science and technology are never enough to solve global health problems alone. Rather, we need a strategic and systematic integration of social sciences, risk sciences, and communication along with science, technology, and innovation to adequately meet the challenges of emerging global risks, such as COVID-19. ...

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