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39. Citrus Genome Editing and SciComm with Dr. Karl Haro von Mogel

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‎Beyond the Bench
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How can citrus genome editing help in the fight against huanglongbing, and how can we think outside the box to be better science communicators? Dr. Karl Haro von Mogel, a PostDoc in botany and plant sciences at the University of California Riverside and Science & Media Director of Biology Fortified,
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How can citrus genome editing help in the fight against huanglongbing, and how can we think outside the box to be better science communicators? Dr. Karl Haro von Mogel, a PostDoc in botany and plant sciences at the University of California Riverside and Science & Media Director of Biology Fortified, discusses his long-term research to protect citrus against huanglongbing and his recent research investigating face mask efficacy. He also shares how he communicates science by making awesome shirts.
Follow Karl on Twitter @KarlHvM!
Learn more about the tools used in the battle against huanglongbing and view research snapshots by other Citrus Series guests by visiting the Science for Citrus Health website and following along on Twitter and Instagram @sci4citrus.
Learn more about the students producing this podcast and their science communication efforts by following us on Twitter @SciCommUCR and visiting our website.
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