Designer babies? Changes in the human species? These are a few of the unnerving questions that surround the powerful genetic engineering technique known as CRISPR. While CRISPR has the potential
Congressional Biomedical Research Caucus Briefings
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News & Updates
The Coalition for the Life Sciences Opposes the Administration’s Plan to Shut Down Funding for Research Using Fetal Tissue.
The Coalition for the Life Sciences (CLS) stands in strong opposition to the policy announced by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) that discontinues all federal funding of
The Coalition for the Life Sciences Supports the House Budget Committee’s Bill That Raises the Budget Caps
The Coalition for the Life Sciences (CLS) would like to thank the Chairman of the House Budget Committee, John Yarmouth, for shepherding the passage of a budget resolution that lifts
The Coalition for the Life Sciences, on behalf of the Congressional Biomedical Research Caucus, is pleased to announce Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) as the newest co-chair of the Caucus. He
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Scientists spend much of their time in the lab, doing research, writing grants, drafting papers, serving as mentors, giving presentations/seminars, and performing numerous other duties necessary to advance science. But scientists need to add one more responsibility — that of being a citizen scientist. Scientific citizenship encompasses the responsibility of the community of scientists to help the public and elected officials understand the impact of research on human health.
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