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Coronavirus researcher Cameron Myhrvold is using ‘spectacular’ new technologies to seek and destroy viral pathogens
New findings on link between CRISPR gene-editing and mutated cancer cells
New immunology researcher probes regulatory T-cell biology to develop living drugs
Research encourages cautious approach to CRISPR therapeutics
Gene-editing discovery yields high promise for wheat fertility in changing climate
New Gene-Editing Technique Offers Scientists Ability to “Turn On” Enzymes That Cause DNA Base Mutations
Princeton-led studies boost CRISPR gene-editing prospects
Aided by stem cells, lizard regenerates perfect tail for first time in more than 250 million years
Aided by stem cells, lizard regenerates perfect tail for first time in 250 million years
Wolter Earns Young Investigator Award
Computational biology researcher at Brown wins prestigious early-career NIH award
Study detects origins of Huntington’s disease in 2-week-old human embryos
‘Critical mass’ of scientists launches Institute to tackle infectious diseases
Author: World’s greatest ideas came from interdisciplinary teamwork
Microbial molecule that turns plants into zombies
Cancer strategies to evade immune system differ by tissue type, study suggests
Study reveals how ribosomes are assembled in human cells
New gene-delivery vehicle could make gene therapy for muscle diseases safer and more effective
WUR gives away CRISPR intellectual property licenses for free in fight against hunger
Discovery offers insight for development of cancer therapies targeting mutant p53
Faulty regulation of an architect gene can lead to rare bone disease
Researchers take step to improve crops’ photosynthesis, yields
Positive Preliminary Data on CRISPR Treatment for Blood Diseases
Researcher part of an international team behind fast 20 minute, hand held Covid test for mass screening
Monash researcher part of international team behind Fast 20 minute, hand held Covid test for mass screening
New therapeutic target discovered for number of aggressive cancers
Rare disorder offers roadmap for understanding inflammatory disease
Rare disorder offers roadmap for understanding roots of inflammatory disease
Eliminating RNA-binding protein improves survival in aggressive leukemia
Advanced microscopy shines light on new CRISPR-Cas system
Magic of science: FSU researchers use gene editing to tackle facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy
Anders Sejr Hansen awarded prestigious Pew-Stewart Grant for Cancer Research
Hansen awarded prestigious Pew-Stewart Grant for Cancer Research
Gene edits quell rhythm problem from heart stem cell grafts
Landmark field trials show potential of gene-editing
Engineer Develops Lab-on-Paper SARS-CoV-2 Diagnostic by CRISPR
PEW scholar builds on gene-editing technology
Understanding what drives a liver cell to be a liver cell and not another cell type
Researchers create new CRISPR tools to help contain mosquito disease transmission
Columbia Cancer Researchers Win Pershing Square Sohn Prize
Gene editing expands to new types of immune cells
CRISPR/Cas technology could enable early diagnosis of devastating citrus disease
Researchers speed identification of DNA regions that regulate gene expression
A milestone in muscular dystrophy therapy
New genetic target for blood cancer treatment
Using CRISPR as a research tool to develop cancer treatments
New CRISPR Technology Offers Unrivaled Control of Epigenetic Inheritance
NTU Singapore scientists develop diagnostic test that can detect virus that causes COVID-19 even when it mutates