The University of Minnesota’s Gene Modification Breakthrough
For the week of May 12th, 2013
Science magazine calls it one of the “breakthroughs of the year.” It’s a technique developed at the University of Minnesota that allows researchers to manipulate genetic material with a greater level of precision and control. That could lead to significant advances in the treatment of genetic diseases in humans. On the next Access Minnesota, U of M researcher Dan Voytas discusses this cutting edge research and its potential impact on both human and plant health.