Science Publishes ‘CRISPER In China’ Series Of Articles With Support From Pulitzer Center

Science: Did CRISPR help — or harm — the first-ever gene-edited babies? (Cohen, 8/1).

Science: The untold story of the ‘circle of trust’ behind the world’s first gene-edited babies (Cohen, 8/1).

Science: China’s CRISPR push in animals promises better meat, novel therapies, and pig organs for people (Cohen, 7/31).

Science: To feed its 1.4 billion, China bets big on genome editing of crops (Cohen, 7/29).

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