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Tue, Apr 25

American Scientist Pizza Lunch Podcast: Gene Editing in Bacteria

The Frontier     12:00 PM

Join SCONC, Sigma Xi, and American Scientist for some free pizza and a great talk about science.

This time we are hosting Rodolphe Barrangou of NC State, who researches the use of the gene editing technique CRISPR in bacteria, for use in improving food production.

RSVPs are required (for the slice count) by registering for a free ticket to this event. Please get your ticket by 2 PM on Monday, April 24. (If you decide to come after this time, you’re welcome to attend, but we might not have pizza for you.)

Thanks to a grant from the N.C. Biotechnology Center and funding from the RTP chapter of Sigma Xi, American Scientist’s noontime Pizza Lunch speaker series is free and open to science journalists and science communicators of all stripes, as well as any interested member of the public. Feel free to extend this invitation to anyone who might want to attend.

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