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New Year, New Me

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Duration: 0:09:48 | Added: 09 Jan 2019
Are some people taking the 'New Year, New Me' concept a little too far these days?

Welcome to Science in Ten, where we summarise the science in under ten minutes. In this second episode, Claire chats about genome editing and how it is sparking legal and ethical debates. Learn about how biohackers are taking their genomes into their own hands and hear about the research which shocked the world in November 2018 - the birth of the first-ever CRISPR gene edited babies. Music and Sound effects used in Science In Ten episodes: Waterfront by Lee Rosevere at Free Music Archive (FMA) under CC BY-NC 4.0 License. Waiting by David Szesztay at FMA under CC-BY 3.0 License. Going Home by Lee Rosevere at FMA under CC BY 4.0 License. Cha-ching by creek23 at Freesound.org under CC-BY 3.0 License. Nom Nom Nom by Iwan Gabovitch at Freesound.org under CC-BY 3.0 License.

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