Can synthetic biology tackle invasive species?

In the 1960s, fish farmers in the U.S. state of Arkansas imported silver carp, bighead carp, grass carp, and black carp from Southeast Asia to filter pond water. The large (up to 75kg), voracious fish escaped and thrived, and quickly found their way into natural waterways where they have since hy...

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