Genome ‘editors’ find Nature writes like middle-schooler

Researchers in one of the hottest areas in biotechnology are learning how to edit the genome as if it were a word processing document. And as they do, they’re discovering that nature has the compositional skills of a typical eighth-grader. As genomics moves ever closer to text editing, copyeditors, English teachers, and literary criticism theorists are flocking to the life sciences. And they don’t always like what they’re finding. See full post

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