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Human Embryo Editing: edging ever closer

Human Embryo Editing: edging ever closer

“As scientific knowledge advances and societal views evolve, the clinical use of germline editing should be revisited on a regular basis” 2015 organizing committee of the First International Summit on Human Genome Editing. And here we are at the end of 2018, ‘revisiting’ this for real. I’m writing this while sitting in the audience in … Continue reading

Survey talk – guest blog by Dr Jenny Cham

Survey talk – guest blog by Dr Jenny Cham

This past Friday on the Genome Campus, Dr Anna Middleton of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute gave an interesting seminar about the method and findings of a survey she had delivered about genome ethics. I was interested because I use surveys in my work to understand people’s attitudes towards and experience of websites, but also … Continue reading