Latest genetic engineering News

Hub Opens Opportunities For New Disease Treatments
Researcher Recognised For Revolutionary Cancer Vaccine
New Strategy Can Improve Cell Therapy Against Cancer
Unlocking World Of Bacteria
Beyond CRISPR: seekRNA delivers a new pathway for accurate gene editing
AI plus gene editing promises to shift biotech into high gear
Regulating Branch Development Of Petunias
IIdentification of Tropane Alkaloid Chemotypes and Genotypes in Hyoscyamus niger L
Ride Raising Money And Awareness To Save Sight
Discovering the molecular recognition of technological solids by mutant self-assembling peptides
CRISPR/Cas9-mediated Targeted Mutagenesis of Inulin Biosynthesis in Rubber Dandelion
Boosts for space-age Alzheimer’s test and new method to deliver gene therapy
Researchers predict protein placement on AFM substrates
Parliament Update Monday 4 December 2023
Dr. Xiang Zhang named director of Lester and Sue Smith Breast Center
Oculus BioMed partners with The Centre for Eye Research Australia in a deal to develop ‘SwitchGene’
BCM, TCH Center for Vaccine Development honored
Third Taki Plaza Lecture: Films and the future of science and technology
How bacteria defend against viruses
A Novel High-Throughput Method for Screening Protein-Secreting Microbial Strains
What’s the latest on GMOs and gene-edited foods – and what are the concerns? An expert explains
New insights into preventing malaria
WHO urges increased implementation of recommended tools to combat malaria
FY2022 STAR grant recipients selected
Observation of molecular self-assembly of peptides and understanding the mechanism of seamlessly bridging biology with a technological solid
Differences in animal biology can affect cancer drug development
Researchers create custom technology in quest to understand memory
NSW Government launches $40 million biosciences fund for innovative startups
$31 million boost for UQ medical research
$23 million for innovative health and medical research
Next generation gene therapy
Giometto to study evolution of microbial populations with $1.9M grant
Researchers at UOW’s Molecular Horizons unlock structure of protein from bacteria-killing virus