Human Nature film review: Telling the CRISPR story with wit and verve – New Scientist

Posted: December 2, 2019 at 8:48 pm

By Simon Ings

David Sanchez eyes a CRISP future for his sickle-cell anaemia

Human Nature

Directed by Adam Bolt

UK cinemas, 6 December

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MATURE and intelligent, Human Nature shows us how gene editing works, explores its implications and in a field awash with alarmist rhetoric and cheap dystopianism explains which concerns are worth losing sleep over.

This gripping documentary covers a lot of ground, but also works as a primer on CRISPR, the spectacular technology that enables us to cut and paste genetic information with something like the ease with which we manipulate

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