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Now They’re Sequencing DNA in Outer Spaceby Antonio RegaladoMIT Technology ReviewJune 10th, 2016Eyeing eventual Mars mission, NASA plans first test of genetic diagnostics in space.
Better Mitochondrial Replacement: But Why? by Ricki LewisPLOSJune 9th, 2016Mitochondrial replacement raises questions around necessity and efficacy, as the relatively new process manipulates embryos.
The National Academies’ Gene Drive study has ignored important and obvious issues by Jim ThomasThe Guardian June 9th, 2016Some important gaps in the study include an analysis of militarization and commercialization, along with other possible consequences of gene drives.
Mitochondrial Replacement Hype Goes Nuclear Including by Wellcome Trustby Paul KnoepflerThe NicheJune 9th, 2016The risks of 3-person IVF are improperly accounted for amidst overblown optimism.
Big Biotech is here — and it’s starting to look a lot like Big Pharma by Meghana KeshavanSTAT NewsJune 6th, 2016The market characteristics and goals of biotech companies align increasingly with those of pharmaceutical companies.
‘Silicon Valley arrogance’? Google misfires as it strives to turn Star Trek fiction into realityby Charles PillerSTAT NewsJune 6th, 2016Google biotech employees affiliated with Silicon Valley industries over-promise on cancer treatment technology called Tricorder.
Gene editing technique could transform future [citing CGS' Marcy Darnovsky]by Fergus WalshBBC NewsJune 6th, 2016Companies propose technologies that raise questions of access and inequality.
A ‘family spat’ spills out in public, as scientists debate effort to build a human genome by Andrew JosephSTAT NewsJune 4th, 2016Drew Endry opposes the synthetic creation of a human genome which George Church and others call "HGP-write."
25 Scientists Just Made A $1 Billion Pitch To Build A Human Genome From Scratchby Nidhi SubbaramanBuzzFeedJune 2nd, 2016Drew Endy and Laurie Zoloth argue the project fails to ask a basic question: “Is developing capacities to synthesize human genomes a good idea?”
Scientists Announce HGP-Write, Project to Synthesize the Human Genomeby Andrew PollackThe New York TimesJune 2nd, 2016Synthesizing a human genome "immediately raise[s] numerous ethical and philosophical red flags," NIH director Francis Collins said.
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