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When the subject is genome editing, you can expect GEN to cover the technical side of things. We certainly do a lot of that in the February issue, which includes an article about the availability of delivery vehicles for genome editing materials, as well as articles about synthetic biology, which is trying to turn the genome into a collection of plug-and-play components. Yet the February issue also explores the ethical side of things. We present an article that explains how genome editing technology is simultaneously obviating some ethical questions while bringing others to the fore. In other words, we’re not about to fall into the error cited by Jurassic Park’s Ian Malcolm, the character who said, "Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn't stop to think if they should!"

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