The hottest technique in gene editing, called CRISPR, could soon be used to study human embryos
UK researcher details proposal for CRISPR editing of human embryos. Regulatory committee meets to contemplate granting her a license
Scientists edit human embryos to safely remove disease for the first time – here's how they did it
Two researchers are impressed with a pioneering study showing that it may be both safe and effective to edit out diseases in human embryos
Will gene editing provide succour to HIV patients?
There are plenty of problems with the Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) used to treat HIV/AIDS patients
New gene editing technology may not fully eliminate HIV, finds study
Scientists had been optimistic that CRISPR could annihilate the deadly disease
DNA at play
Gene editing has taken the scientific world by storm. We take a look at the science, techniques and long-term ramifications
HIV can be edited out of genome
Unlike currently available drugs, a new technology provides tool to target dormant HIV in the body
Is genetic engineering the right way to cure the problem of invasive species?
A new gene-based technology allows curbing the population of species such as mosquitoes which spread malaria or dengue. But there are dangers involved