Posted by on January 26, 2018 9:26 am
Categories: Crispr

CRISPR, climate change-ready crops, and biofuels

Much of the best-known research using the gene editing tool CRISPR focuses on human diseases. But protecting crops from climate change? Creating biofuels? Yes, basic scientists are exploring uses like these, too, according to plant scientist Zachary Lippman and CRISPR co-discoverer Jennifer Doudna of UC Berkeley.

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