Wonder what it actually looks like to farm bacteria? Meet Sarah Richardson.
She works at the Joint Bioenergy Institute, a government lab that's working to make biofuels from plants.
To communicate with cells, Sarah uses a new technology called CRISPR/CAS9. It helps her give instructions to bacteria cells. It's complicated, but this video is a good attempt at how it works.
If you want to learn more about CRISPR, we really recommend the Radiolab episode about it!
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