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The scientist has not been seen for several days, according to local news outlets. But officials from He's former university say he has not been detained.
CRISPR-Cas9 has the ability to change everything about our world. Here’s why it's awesome and why it's scary.
“There’s a real question if whether the fear of AIDS and AIDS stigma became a way of recruiting parents into this research."
He Jiankui of Shenzhen used a powerful new tool to alter the DNA of twin girls born this month in China.
Which events are memorialized and which disappear from history?
The FDA has cracked down on the doctor who created the first three-parent embryo, which could have widespread implications for other advancements in the controversial field of human genetic modification.
Unless we pay much more attention to ethical and social choices, we risk turning the promise of gene editing into disaster.
One day, it might be able to target fatal genetic diseases in children and adults.
Results of the peer-reviewed study are expected to be published soon in a scientific journal.
And this technology is pushing scientific boundaries. In 2015, Chinese scientists reported the first successful manipulation
The next day I had the luck to be on my way to The Venus Project run by 100-year-old futurist Jacque Fresco and his partner
New genetically modified organisms (GMOs) made with these experimental techniques are making their way to your dinner plate. It's the next wave of genetic engineering.