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Diagnostics, drug discovery, disease: How CRISPR is solving medicine’s biggest problems

Financial Times | 
This is the public face of genome editing or, as it is sometimes called, gene editing: a technology capable of ...
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Evolution could push back against CRISPR gene editing of insects to stop Zika and malaria

Financial Times | 
Research published [May 2017] suggests that gene editing, a revolutionary cut-and-paste technology that allows bespoke adjustments to an organism’s genome, ...

A lesson in ethics from the synbio DIYers

Telegraph | 
DIYBio is a global collective of ordinary people who like experimenting in their spare time with chemicals they’ve ordered over ...

The firms putting a copyright on cancer

Telegraph | 
The following is an edited excerpt. Myriad Genetics has, for decades, been seen as the symbol of genomic greed. Ever ...

Three parents? Five parents? All that really matters is healthy babies

Telegraph | 
The following is an edited excerpt. If you are the parent of a baby with an incurable mitochondrial disease, each ...
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