DNA Hacking Tool Enables Shortcut to Evolution
July 15, 2016 - A technology called CRISPR makes it possible to target and replace DNA segments in plants, animals, and other living things. Potential applications range from food security to disease prevention. CRISPR's ethical implications remain a matter of debate.
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