"The beauty is that it's all very carefully orchestrated."
These bots have feet, an arm, and even a “brain” telling them what to do.
It seems that the genetic testing company is officially going down another path.
People may have been inaccurately convicted. This is a problem.
Forget the double helix...
The new technique increases editing efficiency by 50 percent, while decreasing coding mistakes.
This could lead to the discovery of new viruses, and better ways to protect ourselves against pandemics.
Thankfully, so far its applications aren't criminal in nature.
Take a moment to be awed by CRISPR's 2017 success.
The powerful gene-editing tool is already living up to its hype.
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