The recent report by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine includes a chapter dedicated to public engagement. Scientists leading gene editing efforts have actively sought broader public engagement, and point out that they desire this input, including from people who disagree with them about it. They may push to win any arguments, but for the most part they don’t seem to be hiding…. // Read More »
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