Joint statement on the ethics of heritable human genome editing
03 Mar 2020
We - jointly with the French and German ethics councils - call on governments and stakeholders around the world to put ethical considerations at the core of any future discussion and of the development of global governance of heritable genome editing.
The potential role of genome editing in human reproduction
31 May 2019
What He said
28 Nov 2018 by Peter Mills
I arrived in Hong Kong on Monday lunchtime for the second 'international summit' on genome editing a...
HFEA approves licence application to use gene editing in research
01 Feb 2016
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) Licence Committee has approved an applicatio...
27 Nov 2015 by Peter Mills
On 1 December the statesmen and -women of molecular biology will meet in Washington, DC, for a three...
CRISPR in North America: the National Academies’ report
07 Mar 2017 by Peter Mills
A fortnight ago the US National Academies of Sciences and of Medicine published their long anticipat...