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Perhaps 20 families around the world would meet these strict criteria, Michèle Ramsay, a human geneticist at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, said September 3 during a news briefing.
STRICT NEW GUIDELINES LAY OUT A PATH TO HERITABLE HUMAN GENE EDITINGTINA HESMAN SAEYSEPTEMBER 3, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
The officials held a press briefing with more than 50 people crowding into a room in an emergency operations center.
TRUMP AND HIS TOP AIDES HAVE STOPPED WEARING MASKS AFTER A BRIEF EFFORTRACHEL SCHALLOMSEPTEMBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
The county hastily called a press conference Friday to talk about the change, but one of its own, Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, boycotted the briefing.
MORNING REPORT: MTS REJECTS MANY WHO APPLIED FOR DISABLED FARE REDUCTIONSVOICE OF SAN DIEGOAUGUST 31, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
After a safety briefing, my coworkers and I were split into crews of five to six people, and we were assigned three to five aircraft.
WHAT I LEARNED FROM 5 YEARS OF CLEANING AIRPLANES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHTMATTHEWHEIMERAUGUST 30, 2020FORTUNE
The wide-ranging briefing was one of her last summer press conferences before she steps down after 16 years in power following elections next fall.
More than 80 Baja California journalists signed onto a letter to the National Human Rights Commission denouncing the governor’s attacks on the press during his regular news briefings to the public, Tijuana Press reports.
BORDER REPORT: SURVIVING IN TIJUANA HAS GOTTEN EVEN HARDER FOR HAITIAN MIGRANTSMAYA SRIKRISHNANJULY 20, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
A VOSD review of City Council calendars — following a records request that took six months to complete — shows that SDPD had indeed scheduled briefings with elected officials to talk about the streetlights in private.
In the silence of the briefing room, it seemed to be ticking much too loudly.
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