A Chinese scientist shocked the world last year when he announced that he had edited the genes of twin girls to prevent them from inheriting HIV from their father. Photo: AP A Chinese scientist shocked the world last year when he announced that he had edited the genes of twin girls to prevent them from inheriting HIV from their father. Photo: AP
A Chinese scientist shocked the world last year when he announced that he had edited the genes of twin girls to prevent them from inheriting HIV from their father. Photo: AP

The big mystery at the centre of China’s gene-edited baby scandal: where is scientist He Jiankui?

  • Most of scientist He Jiankui’s data has been available for some time, an insider says.
  • But there’s still no word on where he is a year after he revealed his experiment

Topic |   Chinese scientist He Jiankui
A Chinese scientist shocked the world last year when he announced that he had edited the genes of twin girls to prevent them from inheriting HIV from their father. Photo: AP A Chinese scientist shocked the world last year when he announced that he had edited the genes of twin girls to prevent them from inheriting HIV from their father. Photo: AP
A Chinese scientist shocked the world last year when he announced that he had edited the genes of twin girls to prevent them from inheriting HIV from their father. Photo: AP
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