Open source knowledge sharing in research to ensure that gene editing doesn’t go haywire

Kevin Esvelt argues that the tremendous power of CRISPR can only be contained if scientists are open about their research.

Source: One Man’s Plan to Make Sure Gene Editing Doesn’t Go Haywire – The Atlantic

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