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Watch November's Science Sundays lecture

The rapid development of COVID-19 vaccines has made “mRNA” a household term. But now that we have the technology, what other roles can RNA play in our approach to medicine? Melissa Moore, Moderna’s chief scientific officer emerita, unraveled some of these questions on Nov. 5 during the Center for RNA Biology’s Inaugural Schoenberg Lecture, co-sponsored by Science Sundays.

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