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EuropaBio Oct 20
Happy World Day! CRISPR was first developed in 2012 and that it was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2020? ๐ŸงฌLearn more about CRISPR and on our website: ๐Ÿ”ฌ Explore our series :
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Oct 17
Let's keep the conversation going at World CRISPR Day. CRISPR Pioneer and 2020 Nobel Laureate Dr. Jennifer Doudna will open the virtual event that will feature an incredible cast of talented scientists and experts. Register today:
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Mammoth Biosciences Oct 21
Read our latest blog post to learn how new Cas protein families, Cas14 and Casฮฆ, expand the possibilities of
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Takahiro Ohde Oct 20
A video protocol for making a genome editing strain of the firebrat Thermobia domestica, video is coming soon though.
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Oct 21
meets Pac-Man: New DNA cut-and-paste tool enables bigger gene edits. Learn more:
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CHIC project 22h
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SynBioBeta 22h
Disease-resistant Cavendish bananas, protein-enriched soy flour, and reduced-lignin alfalfaโ€”these are a few of the gene edited plants that are entering field tests.
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NextGen Omics Oct 20
We would like to celebrate Jennifer Doudna & Emmanuelle Charpentier's incredible news by offering 20 free full access passes to to our community. Simply enter the promo code NOBEL20 (academic & pharma companies only)
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Stockonomist Oct 18
Explaining to your average AIM Investor Horizon Discovery Maxcyte C4X Discovery
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MuscularDystrophyUK Oct 19
This month the in Chemistry went to Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna for "the development of a method of genome editing". is considered to have great potential for treating muscle-wasting conditions. Find out more >>
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CHIC project Oct 20
Did you know that Light & Free Yogurt is a product inspired by Inulin? Source: Mintel Check out CHIC project
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Trends in Biochemical Sciences Oct 19
Back in June, a Review article from Li Yang and Jia Chen was published online - "A Tale of Two Moieties: Rapidly Evolving /Cas-Based ". Be sure to read it!
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Thanks for putting together this great meeting with fantastic speakers and sessions. Let's keep the good up!!
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Oct 17
Wheat, alfalfa, hemp, bananas, coffee, camelina, soy, rice and more-- addresses critical issues to improve the food supply MaryAnn Labant reports. Learn more:
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News 17h
CRISPR-Cas9 Gene Therapy Reduces Severity of Angelman Syndrome in Mice. The new study lays important groundwork for a long-lasting treatment, or even cure, for . Learn more:
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St. Jude Research Oct 20
What hidden hazards lie beneath the surface of Scientist developed tools to make detailed maps of uncharted territory. Discover more:
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Matthias Pohl Oct 21
A great article showing how important it is to make use of most advanced breeding tools to address current and future challanges of agriculture and food security
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Shakeel Ahmad Oct 20
Happy On this auspicious day I would like to thank Prof and Prof for one of the great discoveries in the history of biology. I feel lucky that I am utilizing tech in my research. 4
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Oct 19
The Italian Job: An Interview with Gene Therapist Federico Mingozzi. Federico Mingozzi, CSO of ., surveys the hopes and challenges facing the human community. Learn more:
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Frontiers in Genome Editing Oct 21
New Research: CRISPR Turbo Accelerated KnockOut (CRISPy TAKO) for Rapid in vivo Screening of Gene Function
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