Another first for gene-editing
Scientists have used CRISPR, a gene-editing technique, to attempt editing a gene while the DNA was still inside a person’s body. This is the first time this specific procedure has been done.

It’s not “do no wrong,” it’s “always do right”
Social accountability is becoming more important in the business world. Experts warn that businesses face customer abandonment if their “actions do not meet an acceptable moral standard.”

2020 Mars rover has been named
A seventh grader from Virginia submitted the name to the nationwide contest and will be invited to watch the launch in Florida this summer.

What we know after Super Tuesday
The now two-man Democratic race has shown us Biden and Sanders’ two different bases of support, the showing (or lack thereof) of young voters and what to expect in the coming months.

Illegal deforestation threatens mangrove population
At current deforestation rates Mexico could lose half its mangrove population in the next 50 years.

Business insights through anthropology
“The real value of anthropology is to help people pause, step out and look at the way they have always done things in new ways – and then make them happen,” says Andi Simon, corporate anthropologist.

Aftermath of the deadliest tornado in Nashville history
The EF-4 tornado that hit Nashville on Tuesday, March 3, has killed at least 24 people and displaced more than a hundred families.

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