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Video: How CRISPR works

MIDDLEBURY — The 12 members of Professor Lindsay Repka’s CHEM 0322 – Biochemistry of Macromolecules course at Middlebury College this spring studied CRISPR, the gene-editing technology, and produced a multimedia package for Addison Independent readers that explains the science, measures the interest of the general public in GMOs and offers reasons why regular people should care.
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••Controversial gene-editing technology could improve our world
••The workings of CRISPR
••Gene editing raises social, political and science issues
••Why you should care about gene editing

**Recommended further reading on CRISPR

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