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Research Week Features Hot Topics and New Tools
DNA-editing method shows promise to treat mouse model of progeria
A CRISPR picture emerges on European Union GMO directive
Study Sheds Light on Clostridium Difficiles Ability to Infect People
Berkeley Lab’s Top 10 Science Stories of 2020
13 New Horizons grants awarded to Imperial academics for adventurous research
Scientists map network of SARS-CoV-2’s helpers inside human cells
Higher oil production in plant leaves could revolutionize vegetable oil industry, University of Missouri researcher finds
Using CRISPR, new technique makes it easy to map genetic networks
Multiple gene edits and computer simulations could help treat rare genetic diseases
Cutting edge Nobel tool in practice at Chalmers
CRISPR-edited CAR T Cells Enhance Fight Against Blood Cancers
New CRISPR-based COVID-19 test uses smartphone cameras to spot virus RNA
What makes certain groups more vulnerable to COVID-19?
$10 million gift for new Nanoscience Institute in Oxford
Telomere shortening protects against cancer
Regulating regulators
Potential new target to combat inflammatory diseases
Tel Aviv University developed genome editing system destroys cancer cells
Lethal brain infections in mice thwarted by decoy molecule
Gene-edited monkey embryos give researchers new way to study HIV cure
Green Deal: Good for a Climate-neutral Europe – Bad for Planet
Light, liposomes, action: researchers show safer, more targeted way to deliver CRISPR gene therapy
Flaws emerge in modeling human genetic diseases in animals
Microbe “Rewiring” Technique Promises a Boom in Biomanufacturing
Two Genes Regulate Social Dominance
Understanding rare type of diabetes gives insights into critical mechanisms of insulin production
Gene editing study finds gene for heat tolerance in corals
Mystery Molecule in Bacteria Is Revealed to Be a Guard
Stanford engineers have developed a genetic microlab that can detect COVID-19 in minutes
Jennifer Doudna on CRISPR, coronavirus and curiosity-driven research
How pain changes your brain
Penn Medicine Researchers Receive $5.4 million Grant to Find Genetic Drivers of Testicular Cancer
UNSW researchers honoured at NSW Premier’s Prizes for Science and Engineering
Scientists develop genetic ‘monitors’ that detect when genes are active
Paper: Congress must clarify limits of gene-editing technologies
Researchers help complete world first wasp genome project
Novel CRISPR-based Genome Labeling Scheme for Reliable Visualization of Genomic Loci in Living Cells
CRISPR Meets Pac-Man: New DNA Cut-and-Paste Tool Enables Bigger Gene Edits
International Team of Scientists Identifies Common Vulnerabilities Across Coronaviruses
2020 Nobel Laureate Jennifer Doudna guest speaker on CRISPR and coronavirus
Clues to Brain Development and Disease Emerge from 3D Epigenome Study
Max Planck-Humboldt Research Award 2020 presented in life sciences for first time
New technology accelerates crop improvement with CRISPR
Treating Cystic Fibrosis with mRNA Therapy or CRISPR
Former CU Boulder postdoc Doudna smashes glass ceiling with historic Nobel win
UC Berkeley’s Jennifer Doudna wins 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Revolutionary genome editing tool recognised by Nobel Prize in Chemistry