Never has a tool that allows the modification of genes been as powerful as the CRISPR/Cas system. With power comes responsibility.
The CRISPR Revolution and the New Era of Genome Editing
Pegasus Books, 2020
‘Ancestry problem’ Sends CRISPR Astray in Some People
Reference genomes used to direct the gene editor fail to account for human diversity in those of African descent
Landmark CRISPR Trial Shows Promise Against Deadly Disease
Administering gene-editing treatment directly into the body could be a safe and effective way to treat a rare, life-threatening condition.
China’s CRISPR Revolution
Editing of plant, animal and human genomes has never been easier, as this country’s scientists are rapidly demonstrating.
Redesigning the Future of Humanity – One Gene at a Time
A Crack in Creation
Gene Editing and the Unthinkable Power to Control Evolution
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017
Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity
What’s Next for CRISPR Babies?
Following last year’s bombshell revelation, investigations mount and debates swirl about the future for gene-edited humans. Here are the four most pressing questions.
Seeds of Science
Why We Got It So Wrong on GMOs
Bloomsbury Sigma, 2018
Hacking the Code of Life
How Gene Editing Will Rewrite Our Futures
Icon Books, 2019
Genealogy Databases and the Future of Criminal Investigation
The police can access your online family-tree research – and use it to investigate your relatives.
Turning Piglets Into Personalized Avatars for Sick Kids
A team of scientists wants to accelerate research into a genetic disorder by using CRISPR to copy unique mutations from affected children into pigs.
The Atlantic, 2017