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Eugenics Fear Over Gene Modification[Letter to the Editor]by David King et al.The GuardianMarch 15th, 2013The benefits of mitochondrial replacement are heavily outweighed by the risks to the child and to society.
Experiments with Inheritable Genetic Modificationby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesMarch 13th, 2013A developmental biologist looks carefully at research on mitochondria replacement that would be an experimental form of human inheritable genetic modification.
DNA Tool Kit Goes Live Onlineby Ewen CallawayNatureMarch 12th, 2013The latest shopping website is open for business, offering unusual wares: DNA tools to help biologists to engineer life.
Whole Foods to Require Labeling of GMOs, Eventuallyby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesMarch 12th, 2013For the first time, a major national grocery chain has committed to labeling GMO foods.
If Your Dog is About to Die, Why Not Clone It?by Leo HickmanGuardianMarch 11th, 2013A researcher in South Korea claims he can clone your pet. All he needs is some tissue from the animal and $100,000.
The British Embryo Authority and the Chamber of Eugenicsby Stuart A. NewmanHuffington PostMarch 11th, 2013Mitochondria replacement would be a misuse of technology with clear potential for individual and social harms.
Donor Wombs: Giving Women Without Uteruses a Chance to Carry a Baby Stirs Assisted Baby Making Debateby Sharon KirkeyEdmonton JournalMarch 10th, 2013In a world first attempt, doctors in Turkey are preparing to transfer a single frozen embryo into a 23-year-old woman whose uterus came from a brain-dead donor.
Potentially Endless Line of Mice Clonedby Tanya LewisNBC NewsMarch 8th, 2013Japanese researchers have created a potentially endless line of mice cloned from other cloned mice, with no accumulated abnormalities.
Should Cloning be Used for “De-Extinction”? by John R. PlattScientific AmericanMarch 6th, 2013Scientists are working on ways to revive species like the wooly mammoth, raising thorny ethical questions.
The Gattaca App for Your Smartphoneby Abby Lippman, Biopolitical Times guest contributorBiopolitical TimesMarch 6th, 2013Will Malaysia lead the way in cell phone apps that access your genetic data, and if so what comes next?
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