Two genetically modified calves, the first to have their DNA edited so that they don’t grow horns, in Sioux Center, Iowa. Gene-edited animals point to potential benefits while raising ethical questions.
Two genetically modified calves, the first to have their DNA edited so that they don’t grow horns, in Sioux Center, Iowa. Gene-edited animals point to potential benefits while raising ethical questions. JENN ACKERMAN NYT
Two genetically modified calves, the first to have their DNA edited so that they don’t grow horns, in Sioux Center, Iowa. Gene-edited animals point to potential benefits while raising ethical questions. JENN ACKERMAN NYT

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