SciDev.Net update: 21 January 2019

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Global rules should follow outcry over China’s gene-edited babies

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18/01/19

Global rules should follow outcry over China’s gene-edited babies

The announcement of the world’s first gene-edited babies met with sharp rebuke. Action should follow, says Crispin Maslog.

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