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Why the UK’s announced embrace of CRISPR gene editing food revolution likely won’t go as smoothly as hoped

Why the UK’s announced embrace of CRISPR gene editing food revolution likely won’t go as smoothly as hoped

Wired | 
“Let's start now to liberate the UK's extraordinary bioscience sector from anti-genetic modification rules, and let's develop the blight-resistant crops ...
Search for the perfect cell-donor cow: Why cultured lab-grown beef is the future of sustainable meat

Search for the perfect cell-donor cow: Why cultured lab-grown beef is the future of sustainable meat

Wired | 
At a glance, the formula for cultured – or lab-grown – meat is simple. Take some animal cells, feed them ...
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Viewpoint: Great Barrington Declaration on herd immunity falsely suggests a scientific divide over if we can achieve it and how

Wired | 
[The Great Barrington Declaration] suggests that scientists fall into two camps: those who are pro-lockdown and those who think we ...
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CRISPR explained: Everything you need to know

Wired | 
Here’s everything you need to know about the complex and sometimes controversial technology driving the gene-editing revolution. CRISPR evolved as ...
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World’s most popular banana faces extinction. Can gene editing save it?

Wired (UK) | 
Suring the summer of 1989, Randy Ploetz was in his laboratory just south of Miami, when he received a package ...
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