via The New York Times
June 7, 2016
Pursue modular "daisy drive" platforms with the potential to safely, efficiently, and reversibly edit local sub-populations of organisms
By Kevin EsveltResearchers should hold themselves morally accountable for all of the consequences of their work. That can require publ…
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Scientists hope these genetically modified "gene drive" mosquitoes could help eradicate malaria.