Researchers Clone the First Primates From Monkey Tissue Cells
The monkeys, created by the technique that produced Dolly the sheep, appear to be healthy at 8 and 6 weeks old.
The Washington Post
Uncertain Inheritance: Epigenetics and the Poisoning of Michigan
In 1973, a toxic chemical was mixed into tons of farm feed, sickening livestock and exposing millions of Michiganders. Should later generations worry?
Human Embryo Editing Study Shows We Still Have a Lot to Learn About CRISPR
The first human embryos edited in the U.S. appear to have had a faulty gene repaired — but now a debate is raging as to what actually happened.
The Download, MIT Technology Review
Americans Are Becoming More Open to Human Genome Editing, Survey Finds, but Concerns Remain
Although respondents were generally open to the use of editing technologies, acceptance depended strongly on the specific purpose and its impact on future generations.
The Designer Baby Era Is Not Upon Us
American scientists have now used CRISPR to edit human embryos, but that doesn’t mean we’re entering a Gattaca-style dystopia.
First Human Embryos Edited in U.S.
Researchers have demonstrated they can efficiently improve the DNA of human embryos.
MIT Technology Review
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