Godwin and Delborne discuss CRISPR and ethics at NC Museum of Science
October 2, 2017|Patti Mulligan
GES faculty John Godwin and Jason Delborne were at the NC Museum of History on 9.28.17 discussing genetic biocontrol of pest populations, such as CRISPR gene drives to eliminate invasive rodents from islands to protect endangered seabirds.
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