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Preserving the distinction between research purposes and clinical applications, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), a U.K. regulatory body, has approved the use of CRISPR gene editing on human embryos. The HFEA indicated that its approval was specific to an application tendered by researchers at the Francis Crick Institute, who could begin their work “within the next few months,” provided they also secure the approval of a local ethics body.

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CRISPR Editing of Human Embryos Approved in the U.K.
Preserving the distinction between research purposes and clinical applications, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), a U.K. regulatory body, has approved the use of CRISPR gene editing on human embryos. The HFEA indicated that its approv...

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Paralyzed Man Walks Again Using Brain-Wave System
"Even after years of paralysis, the brain can still generate robust brain waves that can be harnessed to enable basic walking." Live Science | By Rachael Rettner  @ RachaelRettner A 26-year-old man who was paralyzed in both legs has regained the ability to ...

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Neuronal Connection Between Fat and the Brain Visualized
Researchers pinpoint the neurons within white fat tissue that mediate brain-bound leptin signaling and eventual fat breakdown. Adipocyte-targeting neurons (red) within adipocytes (green) in the mouse inguinal fat pad. ANA DOMINGOS The hormone leptin, produc...

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