May 15, 2018

Ethics and Animals

(The Atlantic) – The Sema action is part of a series that numbers some six dozen to date and that began, in 1979, with a raid on the New York University Medical Center, in which members of a group known … Read More

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May 7, 2018

Before He Died, This Biohacker Was Planning a CRISPR Trail in Mexico

(MIT Technology Review) – The controversial biohacker Aaron Traywick, who was found dead in a sensory deprivation tank in Washington, DC, on April 29, appears to have been planning human tests of a CRISPR therapy for lung cancer, MIT Technology … Read More

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