Latest CRISPR News

Ludwig Harvard scientists discover new target for potential leukemia therapy
Antimicrobial Agents Of Future
Neuron Model Paves Way For New Alzheimer’s Therapies
The first pig kidney has been transplanted into a living person. But we’re still a long way from solving organ shortages
Gene Expression Technology Set To Semi-automation
Speech to Life Sciences Summit
CRISPR/Cas9-mediated Targeted Mutagenesis of Inulin Biosynthesis in Rubber Dandelion
Chromatin Accessibility: New Avenue For Gene Editing
With second grant from lab into application
Cracking the code: researchers unravel how mutant protein drives cancer growth
New technology, ‘Invasion-Block’, targets melanoma spread
Research: DNA shredder for gene therapy
Gene Editing in Human Stem Cells and Neurons Reveals Links Between Genome Organization and Autism
HRC grants $52 million to Otago researchers
UNSW community recognised in 2023 King’s Birthday Honours
CRISPR and Single-cell Sequencing Pinpoint Causal Genetic Variants for Traits and Diseases
Detect, bind and cut: biomolecular action at nanoscale
Somatic genome editing therapies are becoming a reality – but debate over ethics, equitable access and governance continue
Is human gene editing good for our health? citizens’ jury speaks
ARC project helps barley breeders in fight against disease
New tau regulators and therapeutic targets for neurodegenerative disorders discovered
Ludwig Cancer Research study uncovers novel aspect of tumor evolution and potential targets for therapy
New ‘Life From All Angles’ video highlights Lance Lian’s stem cell research
Scientists Create Conditions for Stem Cell Growth Similar to Human Embryos
Scientists use materials to make stem cells behave like human embryos
CRISPR insight: How to fine-tune Cas protein’s grip on DNA
Next generation gene therapy
Bacteria use ancient mechanisms to self-repair
Butterfly wing patterns emerge from ancient “junk” DNA
Stem cell-based genomic study yields insights on viral infection
Scientists step closer to unlocking new leukaemia treatments
Landmark tech for mimicking human disease advances cancer research
DECRA funding supports University of Adelaide research
Microscopy reveals mechanism behind new CRISPR tool
Should we bring back thylacine? We asked 5 experts
Researchers studying leaf angle aim to improve yields, inspire young scientists
Humans are aggressive, sometimes too much
Scientists Engineer Synthetic DNA to Study “Architect” Genes
Who trusts gene-edited foods? New study gauges public acceptance
Discovery offers starting point for better gene-editing tools
Secrets of thymus formation revealed
Potential fountain of youth for immune system
Researcher reveals new insights on link between genetic mutations and biological evolution
Scientists resurrect ancient enzymes to improve photosynthesis
CRISPR gene editing reveals biological mechanism behind common blood disorder
New CRISPR Element Regulates Viral Defense
Panelists explore ‘Science of Very, Very Small’
Molecular culprit caught driving unwanted cell death