Gizmodo: Chinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns. https://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwqqmPyz4
Gizmodo: Chinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns
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Thanks Christa!! Please post the current home study activity???…Consider your individual group contribution (scientific terms) from your class notes for full credit.