CGS in the News

Latest gloves and mouth swab
By Lidia Davis, Reviews.com [cites CGS' Katie Hasson] | 05.20.2019

As morbid as it sounds, life insurance companies want to know how long you’ll be around, and figuring that out...

Gloved hand holding vial of DNA
By Kevin Brasler, Consumers' Checkbook [cites CGS' Katie Hasson] | 05.15.2019

While it’s fun to submit DNA to a testing service to learn you might be 10 percent Nigerian, Norwegian, or...

Mother holding young child
By Eoin O'Carroll, The Christian Science Monitor [cites CGS' Katie Hasson] | 05.06.2019

When you submit your DNA to a personal genomics company like Ancestry or 23andme, you’re not just uncovering secrets about...

5 men running on a track
By Nick Busca, Medium [cites CGS' Marcy Darnovsky] | 04.25.2019

Scientists first developed gene therapy techniques in the 1990s, exploring ways to treat disease by modifying malfunctioning cells. In 1997,...

5 men running on a track
By Nick Busca, Medium [cites CGS' Marcy Darnovsky] | 04.25.2019

Scientists first developed gene therapy techniques in the 1990s, exploring ways to treat disease by modifying malfunctioning cells. In 1997,...

Human embryo under a microscope on blue background
By Emily Mullin, STAT [cites CGS' Marcy Darnovsky] | 04.18.2019

Researchers at Columbia University in New York have created embryos containing genetic material from three people and are ready to...

Human embryo under a microscope on blue background
By Emily Mullin, STAT [cites CGS' Marcy Darnovsky] | 04.18.2019

Researchers at Columbia University in New York have created embryos containing genetic material from three people and are ready to...

A colorful image of a fertilized egg.
By Muri Assuncao, Daily News [cites CGS' Marcy Darnovsky] | 04.11.2019

Oh baby!

A team of doctors from Greece and Spain announced the birth of a healthy baby boy who was...