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Their genkniv change our DNA

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Ronald Evans
Mar 19, 2017 07:17
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the Tech is most often associated with the apps, companies like Google and smaller startups trying to change an industry with new technology.

When Jennifer Doudna step on stage at SXSW, the annual music, film and techfestivalen in Austin, are the spectators enraptured.

the Berkeley Jennifer Doudna and her colleague Emmanuelle Charpentier, who works as a guest researcher at Umeå University, are the people behind the genkniven Crispr.

By using the technique CAS9 could the two female researchers show how, for example, you can remove the cancergenen in a cell.

the Discovery is so large that a large part of the research community felt that the researchers deserve the nobel prize in chemistry, but they have so far been fleeced by other researchers.

We can make changes in our DNA that will be inherited to the generations that will come after us.

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