Larry is joined by Walter Isaacson to talk about his new book, The Code Breaker, a biography of the genetic scientist and a developer of CRISPR Jennifer Doudna. They talk about the history of genetic science (16:10), how the new mRNA vaccines work (33:43), and the ethical questions that arise when talking about the possibilities of gene editing (51:23).
Walter Isaacson on the Amazements and Ethics of Gene Editing
Larry and Walter talk about the history of genetic science, how the new mRNA vaccines work, and the ethical questions that arise when talking about the possibilities of gene editing
The final is here, bakers. Kate and Amelia discuss their overall feelings about this season before diving into the final challenges and handing out awards.
The refs spent the holiday making questionable decisions—and so did Lions head coach Dan Campbell. Plus: Does anyone know how NFL coin tosses work?
Beth is finding common ground with the future version of herself (played by Jacki Weaver) while the Duttons begin to investigate Riggins
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Sean and Amanda have a spoiler-free conversation about the coming-of-age story before Amanda allows Sean some room to work through his feelings and rank his favorite director’s movies from top to bottom