Neuroscientists must be willing to develop imperfect descriptions of how we work
Genome meddling to cure diseases is often worth the risk, but nothing else is just yet
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Deciding what's a flaw is more complicated than it seems
Researchers must grapple with the tension between our curiosity and our duty
Watch the fifth episode of our animated Frankenstein series, Reanimation!
Watch the fourth episode of our animated Frankenstein series, Reanimation!
Reanimation! is a seven-part, animated series on the lasting impact of Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein'
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