By Ellen Arkfeld
Last year, Jennifer Duodna made headlines by developing CRISPR-cas9 technology, a genome-editing technique unprecedented in its precision, ease, and cost. With CRISPR, introducing a new gene to a genome is essentially as easy as mixing chemicals in a vial.
Josiah Zayner has taken this technology to the next level: all of this can be done in the comfort of your own home, and ordered for the reasonable price of …
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