Biomedical researchers have come up with a novel way to use a beam of light to deliver CRISPR gene therapy molecules targeting illnesses.
The impact of human embryonic gene editing on elite sport will be the subject of a free presentation at UNSW Sydney by Arizona State University Associate Professor Diana Bowman.
In a landmark study, scientists have used CRISPR gene editing to introduce beneficial natural mutations into blood cells to boost their production of foetal haemoglobin.
The scientific world is fascinated by the gene editing technique CRISPR but we must seriously consider the ethics of changing genes, writes Merlin Crossley.
A future in which our bodies are used as hard drives could change the way we conceive of human history and perceive life, writes Julie Louise Bacon.
The debate about gene editing is not just whether we should allow or prohibit it. The real questions are far more subtle and interesting, write Nicole A Vincent and Emma A Jane.