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China revives discredited ‘malarial therapy’ as cancer treatment

American surgeon Henry Heimlich is best known for inventing a way to rescue choking victims, but a quarter-century ago, he was vilified ...
Did China's government fund the controversial 'CRISPR babies' experiment?

Did China’s government fund the controversial ‘CRISPR babies’ experiment?

Three government institutions in China, including the nation’s science ministry, may have funded the “CRISPR babies” study that led to ...

Questions arise over US scientist’s role in CRISPR baby controversy

An American scientist at Rice University was far more involved in the widely condemned “CRISPR babies” experiment than has previously ...

China plans to uncover its own human origins, challenging Western theories

Nature | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. [I]n 1929, researchers discovered...[an] ...

Genetically modified crops pass benefits to weeds

Nature | 
A genetic-modification technique used widely to make crops herbicide resistant has been shown to confer advantages on a wild form ...
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