“I fear that, in the pursuit of objectivity, science has lost its heart.”
Natalie Kofler is a molecular biologist with a deep love for science and our shared planet. In 2017 she founded Editing Nature, which seeks to understand how the use of gene editing can be used to help solve environmental issues. She is now a leading voice for the advancement of inclusive science and integrated deliberation models. She has authored numerous scientific research articles, reviews, and commentary pieces, and chaired international seminars and summits. Her work has been highlighted by Science, Nature, Oregon Public Radio, CBC radio, Pacific Standard Magazine, and National Geographic. She teaches environmental ethics at the Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School and guest lectures at Yale University and MIT.