Perilous Potential of CRISPR | GenomeWeb

Researchers have recently gathered in Napa Valley for a sort of déjà vu meeting, Wired writes. Just like in the 1970s when researchers gathered to grapple with the ethical use of a new biotech tool, they again were coming together to discuss the implications of another tool, this time genome engineering.

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