PRESS

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Coverage of CRISPRcon 2018 in Boston

The public doesn’t trust GMOs. Will it trust CRISPR? | Vox – Tamar Haspel

CRISPR conference assesses promises and pitfalls of gene editing | Agri-Pulse

A CRISPR Pioneer on Gene Editing: “ We Shouldn’t Screw It Up” | The Atlantic – Sarah Zhang

At CRISPRcon, an organic luminary embraces gene editing. Will the industry follow? | The New Food Economy – Sam Bloch

Crispr Fans Fight for Egalitarian Access to Gene Editing | Wired

What we heard at CRISPRCon: talk of designer babies, IP battles, and scientific colonialism | Stat News

The Hope of CRISPRcon: Year 2 | Knoepfler Lab Stem Cell Blog

 

Interested in reading past coverage of CRISPRcon and the conversations it fostered?

CRISPR fans dream of a populist future for gene editing | WIRED

Shakir Cannon, Patient Advocate | The CRISPR Journal

Trust Key to CRISPR Debate | Cornell University Alliance for Science

Food industry vies for public trust in CRISPR gene-editing tech | KPCC

CRISPRcon Explores the Future of Gene Editing | The GWU Food Institute

CRISPR Co-Discoverer: “I’ve Never Seen Science Move at the Pace It’s Moving Now” | Futurism

Summit Peers Intro the Future of Gene Editing | Agri-Pulse

At CRISPRcon, Debating the Promise and Perils of Gene Editing | Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Genome editing CRISPR technique takes center stage | Feedstuffs

CRISPRcon to focus on societal issues of gene editing | Berkley News

Illinois Pig Farmer Shares Perspective on Gene Editing on Animal Agriculture | National Hog Farmer

Hope for a brighter future | The Niche

Stories of CRISPRcon | Innovative Genomics Institute