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How Gene Editing Can Change an Entire Species

Video   May 31, 2018 | Original Video from TED

 

In a TedTalk, journalist Jennifer Kahn discusses exciting technology that utilizes the gene editing technology CRISPR to try and achieve a grand goal: eradicating malaria and zika through the development of resistant mosquitoes. 

 
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