While CRISPR technology is generating a new wave of optimism for curing neurological diseases, experts warn that it has to be one part of a larger approach.
Alison Van Eenennaam has spent the last decade explaining gene editing to critics who find fear more compelling than data. Is anybody listening?
In a high-security lab in Italy, scientists have launched a large-scale experiment to genetically modify mosquitoes with an end goal of potentially eradicating malaria in Africa.
A Chinese scientist who engineered the first gene-edited babies may now face serious charges for fraudulent practices.
It's one of just a handful of successful human embryo gene-editing experiments that have been announced over the past two years.