Abishur Prakash wrote an article for Genetic Literacy Project (GLP) titled "Geopolitics of Gene Editing." It is the first article to look at how gene editing could affect geopolitics around the world. Below is the
Abishur Prakash wrote an article for TechHQ, a British-based platform focused on technology and business. This article focuses on why governments may bail out technology firms because of geopolitics. Read the article here.
Abishur Prakash wrote an article for TechHQ, a British-based platform focused on technology and business. This article looks at how technology companies are being disrupted by geopolitics. Read the full article here.
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