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Nobel Prize in chemistry awarded for 'genetic scissors' discovery

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 7 October 2020
Chemical scientists Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna have been awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their research into genome editing and the discovery of CRISPR "genetic scissors."
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News video: CRISPR-Cas9 Tech Pioneer UC Berkeley Biochemist Jennifer Doudna Awarded Nobel Prize In Chemistry

CRISPR-Cas9 Tech Pioneer UC Berkeley Biochemist Jennifer Doudna Awarded Nobel Prize In Chemistry 02:34

Jennifer Doudna has become the latest UC Berkeley researcher to become a Nobel laureate. Doudna is part of the first all-female team to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her role in advancing gene editing technology. John Ramos reports. (10/7/20)

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