Global citizen deliberation on genome editing

John S. Dryzek, Dianne Nicol, Simon Niemeyer, Sonya Pemberton, Nicole Curato, André Bächtiger, Philip Batterham, Bjørn Bedsted, Simon Burall, Michael Burgess, Gaetan Burgio, Yurij Castelfranchi, Hervé Chneiweiss, George Church, Merlin Crossley, Jantina de Vries, Mahmud Farooque, Marit Hammond, Baogang He, Ricardo MendonçaJennifer Merchant, Anna Middleton, John E.J. Rasko, Ine Van Hoyweghen, Antoine Vergne

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Abstract

Genome editing technologies provide vast possibilities for societal benefit, but also substantial risks and ethical challenges. Governance and regulation of such technologies have not kept pace in a systematic or internationally consistent manner, leaving a complex, uneven, and incomplete web of national and international regulation (1). How countries choose to regulate these emergent technologies matters not just locally, but globally, because the implications of technological developments do not stop at national boundaries.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1435-1437
Number of pages4
Volume369
No.6509
Specialist publicationScience
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2020

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