Generation of organoids from cells present in amniotic fluid to study rare diseases

Scientists from University College London (United Kingdom) have published research [...]

The European Commission authorizes the first gene editing therapy with CRISPR

Following approval in the United Kingdom and the United States, [...]

Human embryo genome editing: is it possible or acceptable?

Improvements in gene editing tools and the steady advance in [...]

The new European Union regulation on substances of human origin: reflection from a bioethical perspective

Introduction On Wednesday, 13 September, a proposal from the European [...]

A novel experiment in mice allows the creation of two-parent offspring using male eggs

One study provides information that could be used to treat [...]

The scientist who created the first genetically modified babies wants to go back to research

He Jiankui spent three years in prison for flouting the [...]

The molecule responsible for classifying memories as positive or negative in the brain is discovered

Researchers at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California, have [...]

The aftermath of the first gene editing on human embryos: the “He Jiankui affair”

In 2018, He Jiankui shocked the world by announcing that [...]

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