We are living in a genetically modified world, and the science is advancing faster than public understanding can keep up.
Join us for a talk by NPR's Dan Charles:Myths, Memories, and the History of Agricultural Biotechnology, and the public unveiling of an oral history archive, Agricultural Genetic Engineering and Society (AGES).
This GES Center event is held in collaboration with NC State Libraries and the History Department. The evening will include a panel discussion from foremost experts on the history, safety, concerns, governance and advancement of genetic engineering in society.
PANEL DISCUSSION: Following the keynote, NC State history professor Matthew Booker will moderate a panel discussion around the pivotal moments in agricultural genetic engineering in the past 30 years, and lessons we can carry forward as the field of research continues to advance. Panelists include notable experts: