God in a kit: the perils and possibilities of a tool called CRISPR

God in a kit: the perils and possibilities of…

Article by By Paul Biegler March 3, 2019 — 12.00am

“Biohackers at Sydney’s citizen science lab BioFoundry are developing their own home CRISPR kit that will let punters create glow-in-the-dark bacteria. Alex Kelly, BioFoundry’s 26-year-old lab manager and a UNSW graduate with a double degree in commerce and biotech, explains why…”

“I’d like to envision a world where things like genetic engineering are more democratised and available to the general public. At the same time I also want to be able to educate people on the risks involved.”


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