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CRISPR is an adaptive immune system found in a bacterium and archaea, which is now used as a tool for human genome modification. And technology is developing fast. This episode is about what CRISPR is, how it can be used, and what ethical dilemmas are involved. And how CRISPR is more than a tool for genetic engineering, it is a tool for understanding the interaction between the bacteria and viruses in our gut, our immune system and maybe even our behavior. The potential of science is full of hopes and dreams, dangers and fears. (see all podcasts here)
Collaboration with the Recoil Performance Group
Act of Gravity
Funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, Science & Cocktails is collaborating with Recoil Performance Group in the production of an original dance performance Act of Gravity inspired by gravitational physics and the multiverse. Other collaborators include string theorists from the University of Amsterdam and KU Leuven and astrophysicists from the Niels Bohr Institute. Act of Gravity will be first presented at Science & Cocktails events in June 2022 at the Grey Hall, Copenhagen. (image credits: Søren Meisner)
Learn how to make a
black hole cocktail
Due to the current pandemic, Science & Cocktails will restart in 2021. For those who cannot wait that long, mix your own cocktail at home and watch our incredible collection of science talks, podcasts, interviews and documentaries. Check out our cocktail menu.