Episode 4 | Breaking up with nature: Where do (gene-edited) babies come from?

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A Chinese scientist claims to have created the first ever gene-edited babies and is now facing intense international backlash. How did he do it? What did he exactly “edit”, and why? To find out, join Isidora, a recent MSc graduate, Research Radio podcast director and sponsorship coordinator, as she interviews Dr. Janet Rossant to explore the exciting and controversial world of CRISPR/Cas9-mediated human genome editing. With special commentary from PhD student Sally Kyunga Kim.

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