CRISPR, Dodo Birds, Woolly Mammoths, & Gene Editing
According to scientists, 30,000 species per year are being driven towards extinction and 50% of all species could be extinct by 2050 because of climate change. But what if there was something we could do, in addition to conservation, to change this trajectory?
That’s what the scientists and engineers at Colossal Biosciences are working towards: reversing extinction. Using CRISPR and advanced gene editing techniques, they plan to bring back the woolly mammoth and the dodo bird to help reverse the impacts of climate change and complement existing conservation efforts.
Join us for this podcast episode of Unseen Upside: Investments Beyond Their Returns, where we discuss this topic with Ben Lamm (Colossal Biosciences); Tom Chi (At One Ventures); and John Calvelli (Wildlife Conservation Society).
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