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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 ...

On GPS: Re-writing the code of life

2020 Chemistry Nobel laureate Jennifer Doudna joins Fareed for a primer on CRISPR, a technology that allows for precise gene editing.   https://twitter.com/FareedZakaria/status/1333130472902234112 Focus CRISPR Client UC Berkeley / IGI WATCH THE ...

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 ...

Coronavirus: a world transformed

Paul Laudicina at Kearney’s Global Business Policy Council interviews CRISPR pioneer Dr. Jennifer Doudna who is doing new work to understand and slow the spread of COVID-19. They discuss the ...

How the coronavirus will transform science

From the moment the world heard about a novel coronavirus, known now as SARS-CoV-2, causing widespread respiratory illnesses in China, scientists leapt into action. Academic, government, and industry labs mobilized ...

U.C. Berkeley Opens COVID-19 Testing Lab

Jennifer Doudna, biochemist at University of California at Berkeley and CRISPR co-inventor, discusses the partnership between the Innovative Genomic Institute and the university to run rapid response testing during ...

C&EN’s 2020 Trailblazers

In total, the women profiled in C&EN's 2020 Trailblazers have launched more than 30 start-ups aimed at developing treatments for rare diseases, building better batteries, and more. They’re scientists ...
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