GES Colloquium, 1/23/24 Using Agbiotech To Cool the Climate by Removing Gigatons Of Methane: A Start-Up Story Eli Hornstein, PhD Founder and CEO, Elysia Creative Biology Details at https://ges.research.ncsu.edu/event/colloquium-2024-01-23/

Eli Hornstein – Using Agbiotech to Cool the Climate by Removing Gigatons of Methane | GES Colloquium

January 3, 2024 | Patti Mulligan

Animal feed is our number one use of agriculture; Elysia engineers all of those feed crops to vastly suppress carbon emissions from the animals that eat them. Note: There will be no Zoom option for this week's colloquium. Please plan to attend in person....

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Katie Barnhill – Public Engagement: Missing the Mark? | GES Colloquium

January 3, 2024 | Patti Mulligan

Scholars and funders alike have increasingly recognized engagement as an important dimension of innovation, but is engagement accomplishing what we think it is?...

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[CANCELED due to inclement weather] Welcome Back Lunch | GES Colloquium

January 3, 2024 | Patti Mulligan

IN-PERSON - Enjoy a complementary lunch from Neomonde while you catch up on what everyone’s been up to! There will be NO ZOOM option for the welcome back lunch....

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Riley Taitingfong – An oceanic approach to gene drive governance | GES Colloquium (ZOOM)

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

ZOOM. An exploration of the containment paradigm in gene drive research and discourse, drawing on feminist and Indigenous science studies, and proposes a connectivity-based approach to gene drive governance....

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Andrew Pugliese—Influencing USDA Policies Through the Public Comment Process (Virtual) | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

A discussion about the experience of receiving and responding to public comments on proposed regulations...

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Andrew Ofstehage—American farmers in the Brazilian Cerrado: A comparative ethnography of the soy boom | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

A look at the farming strategies of two communities of North American farmers in Brazil and how they make sense of thorny subjects such as farmland financialization, genetically-engineered crops, and labor management....

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Carolina Torres—Harmonizing SynBio Dialogue with Island Restoration | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

IN PERSON. Synthetic biology offers new hope for the eradication of invasive alien species from islands, a pressing need in the face of the climate crisis and biodiversity loss....

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Jennifer Kuzma—Precision Microbiome Engineering: Societal and Ethical Implications | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

IN PERSON. This talk will explore the work of the new NSF-funded Precision Microbiome Engineering Center and the exploration of the social, equity, and ethical implications of engineering microbiomes in indoor spaces....

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Xaq Frohlich—Labeling Food Risk and Lifestyle Politics: A Critical History | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

IN PERSON. A history of U.S. food labeling policies and "informational turn" in food politics, and a critical look at debates in recent decades over labeling GMOs, "organic", and other food risks and alternative food movements....

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Amarish Yadav—CRISPR/Cas-9-Based Gene Drive To Suppress Agricultural Pests | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

IN PERSON. A discussion about the molecular genetics of homing gene drives disrupting doublesex gene, as well as its potential and challenges in the D. suzukii population control....

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Brian Donovan—Does High School Genetics Education Communicate an Essentialist Construal of Gender? | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

IN PERSON. Evidence suggests that high school biology textbooks in the US may reinforce an essentialist construal of gender. Special two-day engagement with the Genetics & Genomics Academy, sponsored by the College of Education and the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership...

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Daniel Uribe—BioNFTs: Verifiable Biosamples & BioData for training Ethical AI Models in Life Sciences | GES Colloquium (Zoom)

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

ZOOM. Discover how BioNFTs are revolutionizing the Life Sciences by providing verifiable biosamples and biodata for training ethical AI models...

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Amanda Pierce—Exploring Policy and Regulation of Emerging Biotechnologies For Use In Controlling Pest Populations | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

IN PERSON. Discussion of EPA’s role in the regulation of biotechnology and the development of policies and regulations for emerging technologies....

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Ross Basset—Moore’s Law, Genetic Engineering and Historical Analogies | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

IN PERSON. A historical examination of Moore's Law, inviting audience comment on its relevance to genetic engineering....

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Welcome Back Lunch | GES Colloquium

August 14, 2023 | Patti Mulligan

The Genetic Engineering and Society Colloquium is a seminar series that brings in speakers to present and stimulate discussion on various topics related to existing and proposed biotechnologies and their place within broader societal changes....

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