Perspectives

“Building Capacity for a Global Genome Editing Observatory: Institutional Design”, Trends in Biotech

A new infrastructure is urgently needed at the global level to facilitate exchange on key issues concerning genome editing. We advocate the establishment of a global observatory to serve as a center for international, interdisciplinary, and cosmopolitan reflection. This article is the second of a two-part series. Saha K, Hurlbut JB, Jasanoff S, Ahmed A, …

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“CRISPR Democracy” in Issues in Science and Technology

Sheila Jasanoff, et al. (2015) “CRISPR Democracy: Gene Editing and the Need for Inclusive Deliberation.” Issues in Science and Technology, vol. 32, no. 1, 2015, pp. 25–32.

“Democratic Governance of Human Germline Genome Editing” in CRISPR Journal

Sheila Jasanoff, J. Benjamin Hurlbut, and Krishanu Saha.The CRISPR Journal.Oct 2019.266-271. http://doi.org/10.1089/crispr.2019.0047

Can Science Make Sense of Life? Panel Discussion, February 23 2021

As part of the series Science, Policy, and the Public at the University of Oregon, Observatory Director Sheila Jasanoff participated in an online discussion of her recent book: Can Science Make Sense of Life? She was joined by Andrew Nelson, Randall C. Papé Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (University of Oregon), and Françoise Baylis, bioethicist and university research …