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Gene-Edited Babies: What a Chinese Scientist Told an American Mentor

By PAM BELLUCK

Stanford is investigating Stephen Quake’s interactions with He Jiankui, the scientist who performed the controversial experiment.

Stanford Clears Professor of Helping With Gene-Edited Babies Experiment

By PAM BELLUCK

Stephen Quake and two colleagues were found to have followed proper scientific protocol in their interactions with the Chinese researcher who did the work.

Stanford Clears Professor of Helping With Gene-Edited Babies Experiment

By PAM BELLUCK

Stephen Quake and two colleagues were found to have followed proper scientific protocol in their interactions with the Chinese researcher who did the work.

Beehive Arson in Texas Kills Half a Million: β€˜There Goes My Honey Flow’

By CHRISTINE HAUSER

Investigators are trying to figure out why about 20 hives were set on fire, thrown in a pond and toppled over.

Science Academy Pushes to Eject Sexual Harassers

By CHRISTINE HAUSER

A preliminary vote by the National Academy of Sciences was the latest move to address discrimination against women in historically male-dominated science fields.

Start-Ups Hoping to Fight Climate Change Struggle as Other Tech Firms Cash In

By NATHANIEL POPPER

A number of small companies are looking for ways to remove carbon from the atmosphere. But investors, burned by the clean-tech boom a decade ago, are leery.

This New Treatment Could Save the Lives of Babies. But It Costs $2.1 Million.

By Katie Thomas

The price set by the Swiss drugmaker Novartis may be the world’s highest for a single treatment — prompting renewed debate about how society will pay for gene-therapy breakthroughs.

This New Treatment Could Save the Lives of Babies. But It Costs $2.1 Million.

By Katie Thomas

The price set by the Swiss drugmaker Novartis may be the world’s highest for a single treatment — prompting renewed debate about how society will pay for gene-therapy breakthroughs.

Frances Arnold Turns Microbes Into Living Factories

By Natalie Angier

Instead of synthesizing new biochemicals from scratch, the Nobel Prize-winning chemist puts nature to the task — with astonishing results.

Frances Arnold Turns Microbes Into Living Factories

By Natalie Angier

Instead of synthesizing new biochemicals from scratch, the Nobel Prize-winning chemist puts nature to the task — with astonishing results.

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