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Let people most affected by gene editing write CRISPR rules
by Jessica Hamzelou
April 29th, 2016
The US National Academies' committee on human gene editing held a discussion in Paris at the French National Academy of Medicine.
Meet The New CEO Of The $22 Billion Genomics Company You've Never Heard Of
by Christine Farr
April 27th, 2016
Gene-sequencing giant Illumina is expanding to direct-to-consumer tests and perhaps brand partnerships, says new CEO Francis deSouza.
Editorial: Editing human genes the CRISPR way
by Editorial Board
The Chicago Tribune
April 27th, 2016
Can we trust scientists and governments to set ethical boundaries for research and therapeutic use — and then stick to them? We're skeptical.
God’s Red Pencil? CRISPR and The Three Myths of Precise Genome Editing
by Jonathan Latham
Independent Science News
April 25th, 2016
CRISPR is the latest platform in a 70-year-old "gospel of precision" used to justify moving quickly with new chemical and biological technologies, despite decades of disasters and unintended consequences.
US moves to sell gene-edited mushrooms fuel doubts over British ban on GM imports
by Robin McKie
April 23rd, 2016
The USDA approved CRISPR-modified crops, but a European regulatory committee's delays are dismaying some UK researchers.
AstraZeneca launches project to sequence 2 million genomes
by Heidi Ledford
April 22nd, 2016
One of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies is partnering with the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Craig Venter's Human Longevity to look for rare genetic differences between individuals.
Save the Mosquitos
by Ashley Dawson
April 22nd, 2016
We should fight Zika with better public health, not genetically modified mosquitos.
We Still Haven’t Found a Fountain of Youth in Our DNA
by Brian Alexander
MIT Technology Review
April 21st, 2016
The Cypher Genomics project has been attempting to identify genetic variants that contribute to longevity, but so far there's no smoking gun.
Scientists unveil the ‘most clever CRISPR gadget’ so far
by Sharon Begley
April 20th, 2016
A new "base editing" method attempts to switch out individual letters of DNA, but its usefulness and precision are unclear.
Gene-editing research in human embryos gains momentum
by Ewen Callaway
April 19th, 2016
Research experiments are now approved in Sweden, China and the United Kingdom.
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Disability Community and Identity: Perceptions of Prenatal Screening
The New Eugenics
Letter to HFEA on Sex Selection
Disability Equality and Prenatal Testing: Contradictory or Compatible? [PDF]
Open Letter on Sex Selection to Fertility Industry Trade Group
The Disability Rights Critique of Prenatal Genetic Testing [PDF]
Genes Are Overrated
The False Promise of DNA Testing
Forgotten Stories of the Eugenic Age #5: Creating Super-People
Should We Genetically Modify Our Children? [VIDEO]
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