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GMOs 2.0: Reengineering Life, from Plants to People
Webcast - April 14, 2016
An online discussion about the new generation of genetic modification techniques, and the social issues they raise.
Center for Genetics and Society Letter in Opposition to California AB 2531
The Center for Genetics and Society urges the California Assembly Committee on Health to oppose a proposed bill that would expand payments to women to provide their eggs for research.
CGS Website Reboot: Seeking Your Feedback
by Jonathan Chernoguz
- Feb 11, 2016
Please fill out a quick survey to let us know how we can best improve CGS’s online presence.
Center for Genetics and Society Comments on Just-Released Report on Germline Mitochondrial Manipulations
Feb 03, 2016
The National Academy of Medicine's report conclusion – that no ethical or policy considerations stand in the way of clinical investigations going forward – seems at odds with the many cautions, risks, and concerns that it raises.
Center for Genetics and Society Statement on UK Approval of Gene Editing Research Using Human Embryos
Feb 01, 2016
“Is today's decision part of a strategy to overturn the widespread agreement that puts genetically modified humans off limits?”
Will California Expand the Market for Women’s Eggs?
Canadian Eugenics Survivor and Activist Leilani Muir Dies at Age 71
10th Anniversary Baby Markets Congress
Ma Na Sapna – A Mother’s Dream
A DNA Sequencer in Every Pocket
Scientists solve CRISPR’s ‘Energizer bunny’ problem
Meet The New CEO Of The $22 Billion Genomics Company You've Never Heard Of
Editorial: Editing human genes the CRISPR way
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