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World of Genomics: Austria

In this week’s World of Genomics, we’re off to Austria! Whilst this central European nation is perhaps most famous for […]

TIGER: a tool to predict CRISPR–Cas13 off-target activity

‘TIGER: a tool to predict CRISPR–Cas13 off-target activity‘ – Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. CRISPR technology that targets RNA […]

Unlocking the future: where is gene editing going next?

As advancements in genetic technologies accelerate at an astonishing pace, the potential for gene editing to transform our world becomes […]

Cell-based study corrects fragile X syndrome

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. A new paper published in Cell describes an approach to correct the genetic defect […]

Towards a cure for HIV

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. HIV infection can be managed with antiretroviral therapy (ART) but cannot be cured because […]

CRISPR editing in the lung

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer Delivering gene therapies to the lung is challenging because of its specialized cell types […]

Gene-editing: A Controversial Legacy

The field of genetics is a relatively young science, beginning with Gregor Mendel’s studies on the inheritance of traits in […]

Researchers Identify “Rules” for Effective CRISPR Activation

Researchers have conducted a study, published in Molecular Cell, to investigate what features influence how well CRISPR activation works for […]

Say Goodbye to Trial and Error: New Machine Learning Tool Improves Efficiency of Prime Editing

In a recent paper, published in Nature Biotechnology, scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute have developed a machine learning tool […]

CRISPR competitor? Deep-learning model for zinc finger design aids transcription factor reprogramming

A new study, published in Nature, outlines an AI-based approach that could help overcome some of the challenges with zinc […]