1. Target of first human gene editing cuts life expectancy short  Ars Technica
  2. China's CRISPR Babies May Be More Likely To Die Young  IFLScience
  3. Gene-edited CRISPR babies may live shorter lives  Big Think
  4. Scientists say genetically modified babies will have shorter lives  BGR
  5. Daily briefing: How to ferret out lesser-known sources of funding  Nature.com
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While the mutation blocks HIV infection, it apparently creates other risks.While the mutation blocks HIV infection, it apparently creates other risks.

Target of first human gene editing cuts life expectancy short | Ars Technica

While the mutation blocks HIV infection, it apparently creates other risks.While the mutation blocks HIV infection, it apparently creates other risks.

Target of first human gene editing cuts life expectancy short | Ars Technica

In late 2018 a Chinese scientist name He Jiankui performed work that has gained him not only the criticism of his peers but also backlash from his home country's government.In late 2018 a Chinese scientist name He Jiankui performed work that has gained him not only the criticism of his peers but also backlash from his home country’s government. He took the extra…

Scientists say genetically modified babies will have shorter lives – BGR

In one of the biggest science stories of 2018, Chinese scientist He Jiankui used CRISPR technology to disable a gene in two unborn children, protecting theIn one of the biggest science stories of 2018, Chinese scientist He Jiankui used CRISPR technology to disable a gene in two unborn children, protecting the

China's CRISPR Babies May Be More Likely To Die Young | IFLScience

“Gene edits to ‘CRISPR babies’ might have shortened their life expectancy https://t.co/q68Hda8YVy”

Soumya Swaminathan on Twitter: "Gene edits to ‘CRISPR babies’ might have shortened their life expectancy https://t.co/q68Hda8YVy"

“Gene edits made to twin #CRISPR babies -- intended to make them HIV-resistant -- may have inadvertently shortened their lifespans. @NatureNews https://t.co/boaJfvZZuC”

Sara Reardon on Twitter: "Gene edits made to twin #CRISPR babies -- intended to make them HIV-resistant -- may have inadvertently shortened their lifespans. @NatureNews https://t.co/boaJfvZZuC"

“‘Foolish choice’: Chinese scientist’s gene-edited babies could die early https://t.co/cxxktaoB4p via @scmpnews #hejiankui #crispr”

Bernice Chan on Twitter: "‘Foolish choice’: Chinese scientist’s gene-edited babies could die early https://t.co/cxxktaoB4p via @scmpnews #hejiankui #crispr"

Use online search portals, networking and even crowdfunding to fill your research coffers. Plus: the ‘CRISPR babies’ might have shortened life expectancies and a brief history of slime.Use online search portals, networking and even crowdfunding to fill your research coffers. Plus: the ‘CRISPR babies’ might have shortened life expectancies and a brief history of slime.

Daily briefing: How to ferret out lesser-known sources of funding