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Scientists’ use of CRISPR has taken off, in part because it’s so much easier to use than earlier iterations of gene editing. Though CRISPR hasn’t cured disease or ended world hunger yet, it’s already being used in some amazing ways.
Joyce Van Eck, an associate professor at Cornell University, and her collaborator Zachary Lippman at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, are using CRISPR to make the groundcherry more appealing to farmers.
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