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Using gene-editing technologies to save endangered species

The New Yorker published an article highlighting advances in gene-editing technology, including gene drive, and their potential applications for response to invasive species. The feature specifically highlights research projects in Australia exploring the use of gene-editing to respond to invasive cane toads and rodents.

The piece also traces the birth and development of gene drive technology. It presents an overview of the current state of research in the field and gene drive potential applications, including invasive alien species management, disease control and extinct species resurrection.

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