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Tag: genetic engineering

Promising assisted reproductive technologies come with ethical, legal and social challenges...

Keith Latham, Michigan State University and Mary Faith Marshall, University of Virginia Assisted reproductive technologies are medical procedures that...

Cotton breeders are using genetic insights to make this global crop...

Serina Taluja, Texas A&M University Products derived from the cotton plant show up in many items that people use...

‘Jurassic World’ scientists still haven’t learned that just because you can...

Andrew Maynard, Arizona State University “Jurassic World: Dominion” is hyperbolic Hollywood entertainment at its best, with an action-packed storyline...

Organs from genetically engineered pigs may help shorten the transplant wait...

David Kaczorowski, University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Demand for life-saving organ transplantation is at an all-time high. In 2021,...

What is bioengineered food? An agriculture expert explains

Kathleen Merrigan, Arizona State University The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines bioengineered food as food that “contains detectable genetic...

Unlike the US, Europe is setting ambitious targets for producing more...

Kathleen Merrigan, Arizona State University President Joe Biden has called for an all-of-government response to climate change that looks...

How engineered bacteria could clean up oilsands pollution and mining waste

Vikramaditya G. Yadav, University of British Columbia Rampant industrialization has caused our planet to warm at an unprecedented rate....

Lab–grown embryos and human–monkey hybrids: Medical marvels or ethical missteps?

Sahotra Sarkar, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts In Aldous Huxley’s 1932 novel “Brave New...

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