Spotlight Courtesy of the Columbia Science Review, Columbia University
Article By Jenna Everard
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a molecule many of us may be familiar with, and its notorious structure has starred in countless science classes and magazines. The rise of genetic engineering means scientists are not just modifying the traditional genetic code, they are generating entirely new codes from scratch. With these newly synthesized genetic codes, there is great potential to treat various diseases and disorders. What does this mean for the future of genetics and medicine?
The piece "Expanding The DNA Alphabet," Jenna Everard dives into the exciting yet mysterious world of genetic engineering.
Delve into the full article: https://www.columbiasciencereview.com/blog/expanding-the-dna-alphabet
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