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How We’ve Tackled the Evolving Science of DNA

“No article we have ever published has been more difficult” […]

Finding the Brain’s Generosity Centre

Scientists from Oxford University and UCL have identified part of […]

Federal Panel Approves First Use of CRISPR Gene Editing in Humans

A federal biosafety and ethics panel on Tuesday unanimously approved […]

Scientists Get ‘Gene Editing’ Go-Ahead

UK scientists have been given the go-ahead by the fertility […]

Human Gene Editing Gets Green Light

Human gene-editing research, even on embryos, is needed and should […]

Baby girl is first in the world to be treated with ‘designer immune cells’

A baby girl with aggressive leukaemia has become the first […]

Editing Humanity

The genome is written in an alphabet of just four […]

The Rumors Were True: Scientists edited the genomes of human embryos for the first time

In March, a rumor surfaced in the scientific community that […]