via On the Media
July 1, 2016
By Kevin EsveltResearchers should hold themselves morally accountable for all of the consequences of their work. That can require publ…
Pursue modular "daisy drive" platforms with the potential to safely, efficiently, and reversibly edit local sub-populations of organisms
MIT biologist Kevin Esvelt discusses the biology of the pandemic and how gain-of-function research jeopardizes public safety.
Kevin Esvelt calls on the research community to build defenses against future pandemics, not attempt to discover viruses that cause them.