Info Page: The CRISPR Revolution

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The CRISPR Revolution

 

 

Date Added: 7th January 2021

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Warning: Only available until 6th January 2022
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Description:

Documentary looking at Crispr, the new gene tool which allows scientists to change the genetic material of living organisms. Scandal or blessing? You decide.

 

Certificate:

Duration: 52m

 

Director: Claudia Ruby

 

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