Chinese scientist claims he edited babies' genes with CRISPR
The technique is controversially being used to prevent HIV being passed on.
Lab-grown eyes explain how a baby's vision develops in the womb
CRISPR manipulation proves why pre-term babies are often color-blind.
CRISPR editing may help turn a wild berry into a farmable crop
Genetic tweaks could make groundcherries common in your grocery store.
Researchers can track cell development through 'genetic barcodes'
Your humanity could soon be machine-readable.
CRISPR might cause more unintended DNA damage than we thought
A new study found that the gene-editing technique caused major DNA deletions.
Scientists reprogram T Cells to target autoimmune diseases
The non-viral technique is promising more specific therapies.
Gene-edited rice plants could boost the world's food supply
So long as the potential ethical issues are addressed, at least.
CRISPR pioneer wants to make an at-home test that detects disease
A credit card-sized tool could test for a wide range of infections and diseases.
The USDA won't regulate genetically edited plants
CRISPR-edited plants are OK, so long as they could be achieved in nature.