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Easter Story: Charles The Seminarian, My Good Samaritan

Easter is here once again and I feel all gooey inside. Easter remains my favorite Christian holiday as unlike Christmas, the symbolism of the occasion remains palpable, less blemished by commercialization. For my family, our nuclear setup, this Christian holiday is an intimate moment. We

If there is an organsim that holds answers to the possibities of gene editing, it has to be the maize crop

Gene Editing, GMOs, The Vatican and Quran

Gene editing has emerged one of THE debates of the 21st Century. As suggested by the term, gene editing involves deliberate  alteration of an organism’s genetic sequence. The results of this artificial process? A  new genetic template which codes for desired target proteins. As you