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Feb 12, 2020
First CRISPR gene editing trial in cancer patients points to safety of technique in medical treatmentsThe CRISPR-modified immune cells fit right into each patient’s immune system, and found in their blood nine months later.
Apr 02, 2019
Computer-generated, edited genome used to make first synthetic life form — bacteria580 of the 680 artificial genes engineered in the synthetic genome functioned normally.
Feb 11, 2019
Can genetically engineered trees help save the world's disappearing forests?GM forest trees could counter threats to forest health, bringing in a new frontier in biotechnology.
Dec 04, 2018
Wheat genome and its many mysteries decoded two decades after the human genomeSurprisingly, the wheat genome is, by far, the most complex genome to ever be sequenced.
Dec 01, 2018
Gene editing experts discuss whether controversy is rushing the still-young technologyGood science isn't just knowledge in a vacuum: context & consequence are vitally-important: Researcher.
Nov 27, 2018
World's first CRISPR gene-edited babies claimed by Chinese researcher as successSociety will decide what to do next in terms of allowing or forbidding such science: Researcher.
Nov 18, 2018
Lab-grown meat gets support, plans for regulation from American authoritiesReduce both suffering & emissions, lab-grown meat is seen as a sustainable way to farm protein.
Sep 11, 2018
CRISPR gene editing technology patents from MIT and Harvard upheld by US CourtBerkeley's Jennifer Doudna & Vienna’s Emmanuelle Charpentier were first to file a patent in 2012.
Sep 06, 2018
Cells in a wound reprogrammed into skin cells in a revolutionary new techniqueResearchers used genetic reprogramming to heal an ulcer wound, one centimetre wide, in two weeks
Aug 06, 2018
Trees can be genetically engineered to curtail spread beyond plantations: StudyThe research team looked at 3,300 poplar trees in a nine-acre tract over seven growing seasons.