Is China selectively breeding a new generation of genius babies?

The following is an excerpt.

There’s a provocative and somewhat disturbing article  over at Vice about China’s recent foray into genetics and the country’s unabashed attempt to boost the collective IQ of its citizens. In it, Aleks Eror interviews NYU evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller, who donated DNA to help a Chinese biotech firm identify the genetic markers for intelligence.

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