genetic engineering

 
China scientist claims world's first gene-edited babies
China scientist claims world's first gene-edited babies
A scientist in China claims to have created the world’s first genetically-edited babies, in a potentially ground-breaking and controversial...
Gene-editing: Panel approval ushers in new era
Gene-editing: Panel approval ushers in new era
Last week, an influential American advisory panel supported the “editing” of genes — altering the DNA — that parents pass on...
Wits students compete at MIT
Wits students compete at MIT
Wits University students will become the first African team to participate in the International Genetically Engineered Machine (or iGEM) competition, run by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), when they arrive in the United States next week....
Food crunch opens door to bioengineered crops
Food crunch opens door to bioengineered crops
Zeng Yawen's outdoor laboratory in the terraced hills of southern China is a trove of genetic potential -- rice that thrives in unusually cool...

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