GES Center Lectures, NC State University
Genetic Engineering and Society Center | Integrating scientific knowledge & diverse public values in shaping the futures of biotechnology.
Edible South - The Cultural Politics of Food and Cuisine
#10 – Panel: Cinematic Narratives and the Construction of Science’s Public Image
#9 – Jean Goodwin - What is “Denialism”?
#8 – Discussion Session: The Biotechnology Executive Order
#7 – Andrea Rissing - Diversification as Landscape Change in NC
#6 – Katie Barnhill-Dilling - Gene Editing for Agriculture in Latin America
#5 – Marlene Zuk – Dancing Cockatoos, Silent Sparks and the Future
#4 – Joe Herkert - Lessons from Engineering Ethics for GES
#3 – Elizabeth Jones - Searching for Ancient DNA: The Use and Abuse of Celebrity
#2 – Steve Prager - Innovation for Inclusive Agricultural Transformation