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Science on the Edge

Science on the Edge
Posted on 06/17/2015
In the Science Center at Harvard University, two eighth-grade students from Cambridge’s Rindge Avenue Upper School suggested different paths for the future of genetic engineering.

Luka Berman argued that laws should allow, but limit, the use of such engineering. “It has unbelievable potential for people around the world, but we need to establish parameters that make sure it’s only used in the best way, and to benefit all of us,” he said.

Read full article in the Harvard Gazette >>