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CRISPR Gene Editing Explained – With Snacks!

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CRISPR might be all that and a packet of chips -- but the revolutionary genetic engineering technology is also very confusing. Let CNET's Jackson Ryan take you on a journey of discovery using candies, chips and chocolates.

 
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