Blog: Review of Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic Futures | We Make Money Not Art

April 7, 2020 | Guest Author

Regine Debatty - April 6, 2020 | Artists offer new insights about genetic engineering by bringing it out of the lab and into public places to challenge viewers’ understandings about the human condition, the material of our bodies...

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Indy Week: At the Crossroads of Art and Biotech, a Warning: Be Careful What You Wish For

January 13, 2020 | Guest Author

Brian Howe - January 13, 2020 | The Gregg Museum's "Art's Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic Futures" is less concerned with answering big questions than in finding head-spinning new ways to ask them....

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WUNC: An Ancient Greek Festival For Creating Female Sperm

January 10, 2020 | Guest Author

Grant Holub-Moorman & Anita Rao - January 10, 2020 | Semen is a potent substance, both literally and symbolically. It was described by Chinese proverb as “equal to ten drops of blood”; by Sumerians as “a divine substance......

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Art the Science Blog: WORKS – Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology

January 7, 2020 | Guest Author

Alice Fleerackers - January 7, 2020 | From "designer babies" to de-extinct woolly mammoths, recent developments in biotechnology have profoundly changed what we view as possible. But each of these possibilities brings......

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Symposium – Art’s Work the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic Futures

October 18, 2019 | Patti Mulligan

The GES Center, NC State University Libraries, and Gregg Museum of Art & Design will host a symposium to discuss the Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology exhibition. The symposium will bring together artists, humanists, and social/natural scientists, using the exhibition as a departure point for conversations about the future of biotechnology and genetics....

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Announcing: Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic Futures Exhibition

October 1, 2019 | Patti Mulligan

Raleigh, NC – NC State University Libraries and the Genetic Engineering and Society (GES) Center present the Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology, opening at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design on Thursday, October 17, 6 to 8 p.m....

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Art’s Work/Genetic Futures Calendar

August 13, 2019 | Patti Mulligan

Events related to the Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology exhibit. Check back often as new events are being added!...

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Science in the Movies: Genetic Engineering and Gene Editing

November 15, 2018 | Patti Mulligan

Science in the Movies returns to the Hunt Library with clips and discussion about films that deal with genetic engineering. Panelists: Dr. Marsha Gordon (Professor, Film Studies, NC State), Dr. Rodolphe Barrangou (Associate Professor, CRISPR Lab Lead, NC State), Thomas Williams, J.D. (Law & Biosciences Fellow in Science and Society, Duke University). In partnership with SCONC (Science Communicators of North Carolina)....

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Darby Orcutt – Scholarly Identity for an Interdisciplinary and Engaged Career

November 13, 2018 | Patti Mulligan

GES Colloquium, 11/13/18 - Darby Orcutt | Managing one’s scholarly identity has never been perfectly straightforward and easy to do, but it can be especially challenging for researchers and scholars who cross disciplinary boundaries and whose research outputs may include work outside the traditional peer-reviewed article. Indeed, we are preaching to the choir when speaking to those active in the Genetic Engineering & Society Center about the vital importance of engaging with diverse academic, professional, and public audiences and producing research outputs that can have tremendous impact on policy and public perception....

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