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biorevolution

Future of CRISPR Technology

Innovative Genomics Institute Founder, Nobel Laureate, and CRISPR co-discoverer Jennifer Doudna joins Emily Chang to discuss the future of the CRISPR technology and its commercialization, as well as the ...

How Science Beat the Virus

In February, Jennifer Doudna, one of America’s most prominent scientists, was still focused on CRISPR—the gene-editing tool that she’d co-discovered and that won her a Nobel Prize in October. But ...

Gene-editing pipeline takes off

Clinical trials of genome-editing agents — including CRISPR–Cas9 editors, zinc finger nucleases and TALENs — are pushing ex vivo, immuno-oncology and in vivo treatment frontiers.   Focus CRISPR Client UC Berkeley READ THE ...

The 2010s: A Decade in Review

The first decade of the 21st century introduced us to sweeping mobile and social revolutions largely driven by names like Jobs, Zuckerberg and Bezos. In the second decade that's now ...

From IVF to Gene Surgery

The first “test-tube baby” is now more than 40 years old, and all is well with her. Millions more babies have followed by means of in vitro fertilization, or ...

The CRISPR animal kingdom

China has used the genome editor more aggressively, on more species, than any other country. Early one February morning, researchers harvest six eggs from a female rhesus macaque—one of 4000 ...

CRISPR Co-Inventor ‘Disgusted’

Jennifer Doudna @doudna_lab, the co-inventor of CRISPR says she’s “horrified” and "disgusted" with how her work has been used to create gene-edited babies #CRISPRBabies #GeneEditSummit pic.twitter.com/WULlCT8zzv — QuickTake by Bloomberg ...
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