Video: Talking CRISPR challenges with Jennifer Doudna

| | September 19, 2019
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Jennifer Doudna. Image: Ernesto Del Aguila/NHGRI
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Jennifer Doudna, winner of the 2018 Kavli Prize in Nanoscience, talks to Scientific American about what it’s like to work in perhaps the hottest research area in all of biology. She also discusses the challenges of the technology, as well as the ethical ramifications of the ability to make specific gene changes in organisms.

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