|Title:||Being Human: The Ethics, Law, and Scientific Progress of Genome Editing|
|Publisher:||Australian Institute of Policy and Science|
|Citation:||Newson, A.J., Wrigley, A. (2016) “Being Human: The Ethics, Law, and Scientific Progress of Genome Editing.” Australian Quarterly, 87(1): 3-8.|
|Abstract:||Genome editing can be viewed as a disruptive technology – fundamentally changing how scientists alter genomes. Despite the technique remaining imperfect, there is now a real possibility that we can precisely and accurately change almost any part of any genome, including plants, animals, and human beings. The question is, should we?|
|Type of Work:||Article|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers and Publications. Sydney Health Ethics|
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