Favorable review in Cell of my new book on CRISPR in humans, GMO Sapiens

GMO Sapiens Book CoverMy new book GMO Sapiens is the first such work written for both a lay audience and scientists to cover the potential use of CRISPR in humans for genetic modification

The journal Cell has just published a review by George Annas on GMO Sapiens. For the most part he seems to have liked it.

If you’ve read my book, I’m curious if you have any feedback or thoughts on the key issues I tackled in it.

I’ve also hidden a $250 Easter egg in the book and so far no one has successfully found it. I’m going to provide a hint for the egg in the coming week.

5 thoughts on “Favorable review in Cell of my new book on CRISPR in humans, GMO Sapiens”

  1. The rules say you have to have bought a hard copy version of the book to be eligible for the Easter Egg prize. Seems to be a bias against electronic media there (or maybe you have it in for trees).

    1. @Rob, I’ve dropped that rule so any version is eligible now, but hadn’t had a chance to update that post until now.

  2. Very good book, I like it very much. It has helped me to understand many new findings and research.

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