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What You Need to Know About CRISPR, by Ellen Jorgensen
Vegetables modified with CRISPR-Cas9 have been cultivated, harvested and cooked for the first time.
CRISPR and Genetic Engineering will change everything forever, explained by Kurzgesagt
A U.S. NIH advisory committee approved the first CRISPR clinical trial to genetically alter humans.
Scientists Cautiously OK the Next Genetic Revolution
Happiness genes located for the first time...
CRISPR Is Going To Revolutionize Our Food System... And Save Bananas
CRISPR and the Augmented Human Being
CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing removes HIV-1 from the DNA of human immune cells, preventing reinfection by other, unedited cells.
New Software Makes CRISPR Gene Editing as Easy as “Point-and-Click”
Using CRISPR to Repair a Blindness Causing Genetic Defect
CRISPR Gene Editing Used to Repair Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), a Blindness-Causing Genetic Defect
Mogrify: A computer program that helps figure out how to turn any type of human cell into any other type of human cell without stem cells...
CRISPR is now more precise. High-fidelity CRISPR-Cas9 nucleases have no detectable off-target mutations.
Why the opioid epidemic is making a libertarian rethink drug legalization...
CRISPR's Most Exciting Uses Have Nothing to Do With Gene-Editing
We will see the emergence of true biological age reversal by 2025.
Someone Will Eventually Use CRISPR to Try to Make a Dragon or Unicorn
MIT and Broad scientists have overcome a key CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing hurdle: off-target editing errors.
What rules should we have for genetically editing humans?
Open Season Is Seen in Gene Editing of Animals
Engineering mosquitos to reject malaria, by Ars Technica
CRISPR enables genetic modification chain reaction to spread a gene through a whole population. This could be employed to wipe out malaria.
The Crispr Quandary, by Jennifer Kahn, The New York Times
Humans 2.0: The New Yorker on CRISPR
CRISPR DNA and Genome Editing DIY home kits are now available to buy on Indiegogo. Is it too soon?
Harvard scientist announces simultaneous editing of 62 genes in a single pig embryo using CRISPR / Cas9, a new record.
Deep learning reveals unexpected genetic roots of cancers, autism, and other disorders.
How CRISPR Works Infographic
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