Self-CRISPRing?

Josiah Zayner wants to make gene editing easy, according to Fast Company.

Zayner argues that, rather than having to know the technical ins and outs, people should just be able to say they want to make a purple mushroom. "That's as difficult as it should be for a human being to genetically modify something," he said at the SynBioBeta conference, according to Fast Company.

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