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Explained: How engineered crops can fight climate change

Engineered crops could be used to enhance photosynthesis, sequestering more carbon from the atmosphere, locking it into the ground. Image: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

Kevin Doxzen

Hoffmann Fellow, Precision Medicine and Emerging Biotechnologies, World Economic Forum

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