Latest CRISPR News

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
World’s first gene editing tools for ticks may help decrease tick-borne diseases
Scientists take major step in understanding domestication of corn
New findings may contribute to better diagnosis and treatment of liver cancer
Miniature brains offer new directions in dementia research
New findings on link between CRISPR gene-editing and mutated cancer cells
Medical research at La Trobe funded
Switching on sight
DNA editing technique provides new tool for disease research and gene therapy
Potential new target to combat inflammatory diseases
Light, liposomes, action: researchers show safer, more targeted way to deliver CRISPR gene therapy
Gene editing study finds gene for heat tolerance in corals
How pain changes your brain
UNSW researchers honoured at NSW Premier’s Prizes for Science and Engineering
Researchers help complete world first wasp genome project
Max Planck-Humboldt Research Award 2020 presented in life sciences for first time
Emmanuelle Charpentier honoured with 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Rebuilding retina to restore sight
University researchers identify genes that enable cancer to evade immune system
Filmmaker becomes co-author on paper published in top international journal, ‘Science’
Research shows potential of gene editing in barley
International project seeks to improve cancer-fighting therapeutics
‘Bystander’ Cs meet their match in gene-editing technique
Listeria protein provides a CRISPR ‘kill switch’
New c-FIND test accurately diagnoses infection in minutes
Cancer cells adapt to lack of key nutrient, posing potential problems for drugmakers
Grant will help ISU scientists break new ground in gene editing
CRISPR Plants: New Non-GMO Method to Edit Plants
Researchers identify neurons that regulate blood sugar
Gene-editing protocol for whitefly pest opens door to control
CRISPR helps identify potential Alzheimer’s-related protein
How plants sound alarm about danger
New funding to support male contraception studies
New Cas9 variant makes genome editing even more precise
Scientists stop breast cancer cells from spreading in lab
Australian Federal Government and the Opposition sign off on uncontrolled genetic experiment
A new pathway for lung cancer treatment