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Researchers have used CRISPR to produce new cancer therapies, crops that are resistant to climate change and more.

With the gene editing technology CRISPR already ubiquitous in the science world, the next challenge includes expanding commercial applications and increasing public acceptance of the technology, according to a leading researcher on the subject