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CRISPR in the Classroom - 3 days

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A new generation of scientists is growing up with CRISPR technology. Here’s how some high school students learn to edit...

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    When classroom CRISPR lab kits first became available, one high school teacher said knew he wanted to teach it: “I just want my kids to be ready for the future of science.” https://t.co/OeSZmlCNam - view on twitter

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In a city in Colombia, researchers say, common rodents help a plant produce fruit when they snack on its flower...

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    In Colombia, the same brown rats that feast on garbage and steal slices of pizza in cities around the world may be the primary pollinator in urban settings for the feijoa plant https://t.co/ShB6Zrs2bh - view on twitter

Tortoises and turtles don’t just live for a long time — they barely age while they...

NASA has grandiose plans for sending astronauts back to the moon. Those start with a microwave-size private spacecraft about to lift...

Demand for medication abortion is surging, setting the stage for new legal...

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    Demand for abortion pills is surging after the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, as more patients plan to travel from states with abortion bans to states where abortion remains legal. https://t.co/jmSXwxSM5O - view on twitter

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New York Times

CRISPR in the Classroom - 3 days

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A new generation of scientists is growing up with CRISPR technology. Here’s how some high school students learn to edit...

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New York Times

CRISPR in the Classroom - 3 days

Mashup Score:37

A new generation of scientists is growing up with CRISPR technology. Here’s how some high school students learn to edit...

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    When classroom CRISPR lab kits first became available, one high school teacher said knew he wanted to teach it: “I just want my kids to be ready for the future of science.” https://t.co/XkQn53rKXP - view on twitter

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CRISPR in the Classroom - 2 days

Mashup Score:33

A new generation of scientists is growing up with CRISPR technology. Here’s how some high school students learn to edit...

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    When classroom CRISPR lab kits first became available, one high school teacher said knew he wanted to teach it: “I just want my kids to be ready for the future of science.” https://t.co/sgDzJ9MF9M - view on twitter

In the Mekong River in Cambodia, fishers and researchers found a 13-foot-long, 661-pound stingray — a win for conservation efforts in the...

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    At 661 pounds, the stingray was 15 pounds heavier than a Mekong giant catfish caught in Thailand in 2005, which conservationists said was the largest freshwater fish ever found https://t.co/DPLllSifYX - view on twitter

The launch brings the country closer to its ambition of becoming a player in the space industry, no longer reliant on technology from other...

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    South Korea’s first homemade space rocket, Nuri, succeeded in placing a satellite into the Earth’s orbit on Tuesday, an important step toward the country’s goal of becoming a new player in the space industry. https://t.co/GsEMPoQ3wA - view on twitter