CNS-ASU Director Weighs in on Engineering Bacteria with Genetic Kill Switches

CNS-ASU Director David Guston was interviewed by the Washington Post and National Public Radio's Science Friday about engineering bacteria with genetic kill switches. He reminds readers and listeners that biocontainment is only addresses one of many potential objections to the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Guston was also featured in a Washington Post blog on GMOs, a follow-up article on the Public Radio International, and a blog article in ASU's School of Law. 



Friday, January 23, 2015


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