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New Gene-Editing Techniques Are Reshaping the Ethics of Biotechnology

Nov 2, 2018 | 10:00 GMT
Biotechnology engineer Jenny Pietzsch walks through a demo plant of the French company Global Bioenergies during its inauguration ceremony in Leuna, Germany, on May 11, 2017.

Biotechnology engineer Jenny Pietzsch walks through a demo plant of the French company Global Bioenergies during its inauguration ceremony in Leuna, Germany, on May 11, 2017. Global Bioenergies is producing isobutylene, a hydrocarbon gas made from organic resources, sugar and genetically modified bacteria.

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