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The Scientist on The Pulse #2

Kerry Grens looks back at the biggest science stories in 2013

By | January 8, 2014

In this installment of The Pulse on the public radio station WHYY, The Scientist's associate editor Kerry Grens talks about 2013's biggest scientific advances, including the new genome editing technology called CRISPR, a Supreme Court ruling on patenting genes, and a big funding boost for research that will map the activity of the human brain.

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