Building Capacity for a Global Genome Editing Observatory: Conceptual Challenges
Author(s)Hurlbut, J. Benjamin; Jasanoff, Sheila; Saha, Krishanu; Ahmed, Aziza; Appiah, Anthony; Bartholet, Elizabeth; Baylis, Françoise; Bennett, Gaymon; Church, George; Cohen, I. Glenn; Daley, George; Finneran, Kevin; Hurlbut, William; Jaenisch, Rudolf; Lwoff, Laurence; Kimes, John Paul; Mills, Peter; Moses, Jacob; Park, Buhm Soon; Parens, Erik; Salzman, Rachel; Saxena, Abha; Simmet, Hilton; Simoncelli, Tania; Snead, O. Carter; Rajan, Kaushik Sunder; Truog, Robert D.; Williams, Patricia; Woopen, Christiane; ... Show more Show less
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A new infrastructure is urgently needed at the global level to facilitate exchange on key issues concerning genome editing. We advocate the establishment of a global observatory to serve as a center for international, interdisciplinary, and cosmopolitan reflection. This article is the first of a two-part series.
Trends in Biotechnology
Hurlbut, J. Benjamin et al. "Building Capacity for a Global Genome Editing Observatory: Conceptual Challenges." Trends in Biotechnology 36, 7 (July 2018): P639-641 © 2018 Elsevier Ltd
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