Silencing or editing genes could improve the quality and availability of a wide range of food, from cabbage to chocolate. (Illustration by Inji Seo)

Will You Eat CRISPR Produce?

Gene editing will make plants hardier and healthier. Hopefully people won’t freak out.

Shelby Pope
Apr 12, 2018 · 4 min read

Many scientists believe the technology will ultimately be liberating, letting them target problems without needing funding from powerful companies.

“Twenty years ago, we would dream of all these things.”

NEO.LIFE

Making sense of the Neobiological Revolution.

Shelby Pope

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NEO.LIFE

NEO.LIFE

Making sense of the Neobiological Revolution.