First Human-Monkey Chimeras Created by Scientists in China

The research was moved to China to avoid legal issues in the U.S. and Spain.

by Katherine Chen, 05 August 2019

Shanghai Scientists Discover Method For Correcting Gene Abnormalities

A team of researchers in Shanghai have discovered a method of detecting and correcting gene abnormalities in nonhuman mammals.

by Bryan Grogan, 04 June 2019

Controversial Gene-Editing Scientist To Face Punishment in China

A government report states that He had defied government bans and had undertaken the research in “pursuit of personal fame and gain.”

by Bryan Grogan, 23 January 2019

Generation Gap: On the World's First Gene-Edited Babies

'Generation Gap' is a monthly series where we ask two Beijingers from two different generations their thoughts on a current issue.

by Yuka Hayashi, 09 January 2019

Another Gene-Edited Baby May Be on the Way, Reveals Chinese Scientist

He revealed that there is another potential pregnancy with embryos that had been genome-edited.

by Jonathan Zhong, 29 November 2018

Global Outcry After China Creates World's First Gene-Edited Babies

The twin babies, named Lulu and Nana, are genetically modified in a way that makes them resistant to the HIV virus.

by Jonathan Zhong, 27 November 2018

Shanghai Sperm Bank Rejects Donors Who Are Bald or Overweight

Fudan University's sperm bank opened last Wednesday and it has some very strict requirements.

by Samantha Kennedy, 07 June 2018

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