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Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to First All-Female Team for CRISPR Gene Editing

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

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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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