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Dr. Jennifer Doudna Discusses Gene-Editing (CRISPR)
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Published a year ago |
March 13, 2019

"Hosted by the Institute of International Studies, as part of its Endowed Elberg Series, UC Berkeley professor, Dr. Jennifer Doudna, spoke at UC Berkeley's International House about the revolutionary gene-editing tool she co-invented, called CRISPR-Cas9.
From the IIS website:
Our technological capacity to make changes to genomic data has expanded exponentially since the 2012 discovery of CRISPR-Cas9 as an RNA-programmable genome editing tool. Over the past seven years, this genome editing platform has been used to revolutionize research, develop new agricultural crops, and even promises to cure genetic diseases. However, ethical and societal concerns abound, requiring a thoughtful and ongoing discussion among scientists and stakeholder groups."
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