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What are genetically engineered foods? Where can you find them in your local supermarket? What problems do they address, and what social and environmental challenges do they face?

Join three NC State faculty members for a discussion about "Near-Future Prospects and Problems for Genetically Engineered Foods."  The faculty members are:

  • Jason Delborne, professor of science, policy and society.
  • Jennifer Kuzma, Goodnight-NC GSK Foundation Distinguished Professor in the Social Sciences and co-director of the Genetic Engineering and Society Center.
  • Fred GouldUniversity Distinguished Professor, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Agriculture, and co-director of the Genetic Engineering and Society Center.

Rob DunnWilliam Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor of Applied Ecology, will facilitate this conversation about the costs and benefits of near-future genetically engineered foods.

We’ll have some genetically engineered foods available for tasting after the discussion.

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Karen Ciccone at or 9193574174.

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