The CRISPR technology causes a major upheaval in medicine. Unlike other gene-editing methods, it is cheap, quick and easy to use, and it has swept through labs around the world. Medical doctors hope to use it to adjust human genes to eliminate diseases, researchers try to create hardier plants and wipe out pathogens and much more.
Emmanuelle Charpentier is one of the two discoverers of CRIPSR and likely to receive the next Nobel prize. She will tell the story from discovery of CRISPR to the hype of companies and potential applications.
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