Tucked inside a nondescript building in a residential neighborhood in northwest San Antonio is a little cafe. However, here the coffee doesn't come in Italian sizes, and the guests provide the music. Welcome to a memory cafe.
In November, a scientist in China claimed he used a tool on the DNA of embryos to design twin girls who were born immune to HIV. That tool left many wondering: How does it alter human genes? Is it OK to alter human genes? Several San Antonio researchers share their thoughts.