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Here’s when and how the biotechnology revolution first got lift off

STAT | 
Early in the morning of Tuesday, October 14, 1980, the phone rang at Paul Berg’s house in Stanford, Cal. The ...
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‘A real mystery’: Why hasn’t anyone attempted to make a cloned human baby?

STAT | 
For nearly seven years, then, the scientific community has had solid proof that human embryos can be cloned. ...  So ...
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Viewpoint: He Jiankui’s CRISPR babies experiment was ‘even worse than I first thought’

STAT | 
When He Jiankui announced the birth of twin girls whose DNA he had modified when they were embryos using the CRISPR ...
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Viewpoint: Gene drive technology could eliminate malaria. But we must get it right, first

Washington Post | 
People don’t give people malaria: The 460 species of mosquitoes in the genus Anopheles do, and researchers are taking aim at them ...
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