Open Access Opinion

Gene Editing and The Future of Humanity How Far Is Too Far?

George Zhuang*

Department of History, University of Florida, USA

Corresponding Author

Received Date: June 30, 2019;  Published Date: July 01, 2019


Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR for short) technology has been much talked about in the scientific community for many years now. It is, very basically, “[a] technology that facilitates making specific changes in the DNA of humans, other animals, and plants [1].” First discovered by Francisco Mojica in 1993 and later identified by the same, as part of an adaptive immune system, CRISPR has since been developed further.

Signup for Newsletter
Scroll to Top