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Thursday 19 November 202019.00 to 20.30
In 2012, the Doudna and Charpentier labs teamed up to publish a landmark paper providing the foundation for CRISPR genome editing, which has become not only a ubiquitous research tool used around the world, but also applied in clinical gene therapy, diagnostics, agriculture, and many other fields. For their contribution, they have been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
But how does this gene editing process work? And what could it mean for human evolution?
Join us online to watch Human Nature (2019), a documentary film directed by Adam Bolt, which explores these issues and their bioethical implications.
The joining details and the link will be posted on the Facebook page closer to the time.
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