Women Developers of ‘Crispr-Cas9’ That Allegedly Alter Genes of Unborn Twins Get Nobel Prize | Tech Times

Two women scientists were recently recognized by Nobel Prize as the developers of gene-editing tool called Crispr-Cas9. This tool allegedly altered the genes of two unborn twins in China to prevent them from getting AIDS.
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