Spark Therapeutics is turning gene-therapy experiments into real drugs.
Eyeing eventual Mars mission, NASA plans first test of genetic diagnostics in space.
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Too little is known about the risks of gene drives to responsibly release them in natural environments, say the authors of a new National Academies report.
To avoid missteps with a powerful genetic engineering technology that can modify species, one scientist demands total transparency.
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