If it works, the treatment could go a long way towards improving the lives of people with sickle cell disease.
Newly-engineered, increased-yield rice would be allowed under updated USDA rules.
A new CRISPR tool does what CRISPR-Cas9 can't.
How do we stop cheating if we can't detect it?
Gluten-free wheat, bigger tomatoes, non-browning mushrooms, sliding into your grocery store shelves.
If people were convinced CRISPR is dangerous, that article was (inaccurate, now-retracted) "proof."
The biotech industry wants gene-edited animals to have looser regulations. Is that a good idea?
The technique allows for genetic editing with "absolute precision."
A new treatment could help us eliminate the cause of 1 in 4 deaths in the U.S.
Maybe don't copy everything you see on the internet.
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