Author Archives: Arianna Ferrari

Perspective: Super-muscly Pigs

This article is in Summit on Human Gene Editing, Spring 2016

Animal research is moving rapidly in two, divergent directions. Research on animal cognition, behavior, and welfare is teaching us that many animal species have complex cognitive and emotional lives and needs. Such insights reasonably increase our empathy for and insight into species other than our own. At the same time, new gene editing technologies are […]