Jennifer Doudna

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to two women scientists for their work on genome editing
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Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to two women scientists for their work on genome editing

The winners Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna worked on CRISPR-Cas9, a method to edit DNA in 2012.

Six months after CRISPR babies scandal, renewed debate in the scientific community
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Six months after CRISPR babies scandal, renewed debate in the scientific community

The WHO, too, has formed a panel to develop global standards to oversee gene editing, but efforts are moving slowly.

CRISPR will bring huge shifts to agriculture, food sectors in next 5 years says founder
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CRISPR will bring huge shifts to agriculture, food sectors in next 5 years says founder

Gene modification involves mix-and-match of genes between organisms, or even across species.

University of California wins patent for pioneering CRISPR gene editing technology
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University of California wins patent for pioneering CRISPR gene editing technology

Future CRISPR patents could be worth millions because of its revolutionary potential in multiple areas.