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Fight over revolutionary genetic advance goes to court in US
PHYS.ORG A fierce legal battle over the patent for a revolutionary gene-editing technique played out Tuesday in a US court, with billions of dollars at stake. 1 day
who owns crispr one of the most important genetic inventions of our time Who owns CRISPR — one of the most important genetic inventions of our time?
THE VERGE It’s hard to believe that a patent hearing... 1 day
Gene editing yields tomatoes that flower and ripen weeks earlier
SCIENCE DAILY Using a simple and powerful genetic method to tweak genes native to two popular varieties of tomato plants, a team has devised a rapid method to make them... 2 days
U.S. patent agency to weigh rival claims on gene-editing technology
REUTERS (Reuters) - The U.S. patent agency on Tuesday will hear arguments in a heated dispute over... 2 days
Scientists Battle In Court Over Lucrative Patents For Gene-Editing Tool
NPR A gene-editing technology called CRISPR-cas9 could be a goldmine for its inventors. But it's not clear who owns the idea. U.S. patent judges will soon hear oral arguments... 3 days
Gene editing yields tomatoes that flower and ripen weeks earlier
PHYS.ORG Using a simple and powerful genetic method to tweak genes native to two popular varieties of tomato plants, a team at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) has devised... 3 days
Highly efficient genome engineering in flowering plants
SCIENCE DAILY Plant biologists have developed a genome editing method to knockout target genes in a model plant with high efficiency. The team reports a new CRISPR/Cas9 vector for the model plant that can strongly induce... 3 days
Development of a rapid method to knockout genes in Arabidopsis thaliana
PHYS.ORG Plant biologists at ITbM, Nagoya University have developed a genome editing method to knockout target genes in a model plant with high efficiency. The team reports... 3 days
CRISPR editing in pancreatic cells reduced cell death and increased insulin secretion
PHYS.ORG With the help of the CRISPR/Cas9 gene scissors, researchers at Lund University Diabetes Centre in Sweden have managed to "turn off" an enzyme that... 7 days
Penn researchers use CRISPR/Cas9 gene targeting approach to treat hemophilia B in mice
NEWS MEDICAL CRISPR/Cas9, a powerful genome editing tool, is showing promise for efficient correction of disease-causing mutations. 7 days
Allen Institute for Cell Science releases gene edited, fluorescently tagged human iPS cells
NEWS MEDICAL The Allen Institute for Cell Science has released the Allen Cell Collection: the first publicly available collection of gene edited, fluorescently tagged... 1 week
New gene edited, fluorescently tagged human stem cell lines released
SCIENCE DAILY The Allen Institute for Cell Science has released the Allen Cell Collection: the first publicly available collection of gene edited, fluorescently tagged human induced pluripotent stem cells that... 1 week
CRISPR used for first time to correct clotting in newborn and adult mice
SCIENCE DAILY CRISPR/Cas9, a powerful genome editing tool, is showing promise for efficient correction of disease-causing mutations. For the first time, researchers have developed... 1 week
Enhanced CRISPR lets scientists explore all steps of health and disease in every cell type
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have created sOPTiKO, a more efficient and controllable CRISPR genome editing platform. In a new article, they... 1 week
Enhanced CRISPR lets scientists explore all steps of health and disease in every cell type
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and University of Cambridge researchers have created sOPTiKO, a more efficient and controllable CRISPR... 1 week
ASGCT seeks to educate public and policy-makers on fundamentals of gene editing
NEWS MEDICAL On Nov. 21, 2016, the American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy released Therapeutic Gene Editing: an ASGCT White Paper, intended to provide policy-makers,... 2 weeks
Gene editing will transform cancer treatment
THE VERGE The Verge 2021 In celebration of our 5th anniversary, this month we’re publishing a series of interviews with innovative leaders about what the next five years hold. To read more about this series, read our editor... 2 weeks
Weekly Roundup: Facebook’s fake news, MacBook Pro reviewed, first human CRISPR-ed
TechCrunch  Facebook’s fake news frenzy continued as the company came under scrutiny for its debated influence on the U.S. election, LinkedIn was blocked in Russia and a... 3 weeks
New gene-editing technology partially restores vision in blind animals
MNT Salk Institute researchers have discovered a holy grail of gene editing - the ability to, for the first time, insert DNA at a target location into the non-dividing cells that... 3 weeks
New gene-editing technology partially restores vision in blind animals
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have discovered a holy grail of gene editing -- the ability to, for the first time, insert DNA at a target location into the non-dividing cells that make up... 3 weeks
Chinese patient is first to be treated with CRISPR-edited cells
SCIENCE-NEWS Researchers used CRISPR/Cas9 to engineer immune cells that were then injected into a patient with lung cancer, the journal Nature reports. 3 weeks
Chinese scientists CRISPR a human for the first time
TechCrunch  A group of Chinese scientists just injected a human being with cells genetically edited using CRISPR-Cas9 technology. This is the first time CRISPR has been used on a fully formed... 3 weeks
For the first time ever, a patient will fight lung cancer with CRISPR-edited cells
THE VERGE For the first time ever, Chinese scientists have injected a person with cells that have been tweaked by the genome-editing... 3 weeks
Trendspotting
TechCrunch  Brexit and Trump; applied CRISPR and the Gigafactory; the rise of self-driving vehicles, the fall of pollsters; the global saturation of smartphones, the first mass-market VR headsets; the first drone-delivered terror bomb, the first drone drug mule; Signal and the... 4 weeks
[Enhancer Function] CRISPR screens illuminate enhancer function
AAAS The noncoding regions around a gene that control the transcription of the protein-coding region are difficult to identify. Leveraging a CRISPR interference system (CRISPRi), Fulco et – [Read More] 4 weeks
Should genetically modified organisms be part of our conservation efforts?
PHYS.ORG Biotechnology is rapidly evolving through developments in genome editing and synthetic biology, giving birth to new forms of life. 4 weeks
Step toward gene therapy for sickle cell disease
SCIENCE DAILY A gene-editing tool known as CRISPR has been used to repair the gene that causes sickle cell disease in human stem cells, which they say is a key step toward developing a... 4 weeks
Oral arguments for who owns CRISPR-Cas9 start next month
TechCrunch  The date has been set for oral arguments to begin over who owns the patent rights to the gene-editing wonder CRISPR-Cas9. Berkeley’s Jennifer Doudna and her colleague from the Max... 1 month
Oral arguments for who owns CRISPR-Cas9 starts next month
TechCrunch  The date has been set for oral arguments to begin over who owns the patent rights to the gene-editing wonder CRISPR-Cas9. Berkeley’s Jennifer Doudna and her colleague from the Max... 1 month
WTF is CRISPR?
TechCrunch  Say you’ve inherited a rare genetic mutation that guarantees you’ll get a certain form of cancer by the time you reach 50 years of age. And that this is most likely how you are going to die. But what if... 1 month
Science Rewards Eureka Moments, Except When It Doesn't
NPR An easier way to edit genes, called CRISPR-Cas9, is revolutionizing biomedical research. But as patents and big prizes hover, some contributors to the discovery aren't getting much credit. 1 month
CRISPR's Million-Dollar Question: Who Gets Credit For The Gene-Editing Discovery
NPR It has been called the biggest biotech breakthrough of our time. Now, patents and Nobel prizes loom, but many scientists in many labs contributed — some that continue... 1 month
Scientists show how mutation causes incurable premature aging disease
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have demonstrated how a mutation in a specific protein in stem cells causes an incurable premature aging disease called dyskeratosis congenita, and were able to introduce the mutation into... 1 month
New gene-editing technology successfully cures a genetic blood disorder in mice
SCIENCE DAILY A next-generation gene-editing system has successfully cured a genetic blood disorder in living mice using a simple IV treatment. Unlike the popular CRISPR gene-editing technique, the... 1 month
Yale researchers use new gene editing technique to correct mutations that cause thalassemia
NEWS MEDICAL A Yale-led research team used a new gene editing strategy to correct mutations that cause thalassemia, a form of anemia. 1 month
Scientists edit gene mutations in inherited form of anemia
SCIENCE DAILY A new gene editing strategy has been used to correct mutations that cause thalassemia, a form of anemia. Their gene editing technique provided corrections to the mutations and alleviated the... 1 month
Researchers use CRISPR to accelerate search for HIV cure
SCIENCE DAILY A newly developed gene-editing system has been used to find gene mutations that make human immune cells resistant to HIV infection. 1 month
This is the CRISPR-inspired bio-terror drama we deserve, but not the one we need
TechCrunch  CRISPR is like graphene. It’s one of those exciting new technologies science nerds will invariably invoke as a sort of game... 2 months
Genome engineering paves way for sickle cell cure
SCIENCE DAILY A team of physicians and laboratory scientists has taken a key step toward a cure for sickle cell disease, using CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing to fix the mutated gene responsible for the disease... 2 months
How gene editing is changing what a lab animal looks like
SCIENCE-NEWS What makes a good animal model? New techniques bring opportunities and challenges to model organisms. 2 months
Genome engineering-based methods pave way for new treatment of patients with sickle cell disease
NEWS MEDICAL A team of physicians and laboratory scientists has taken a key step toward a cure for sickle cell disease, using... 2 months
A new gene-editing technique could help treat sickle cell anemia
THE VERGE A new treatment for the blood disease sickle cell anemia is possible now that scientists have figured out how to repair the mutation that causes the condition. It... 2 months
How and why researchers revised the genetic recipe for E. coli
PHYS.ORG esearchers in the laboratory of George Church, Robert Winthrop Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and a core faculty member at the Wyss Institute for... 2 months
CRISPR loses Nobel to tiny machines
TechCrunch  CRISPR, the gene-editing technology revolutionizing the biotech industry, has failed to take home the Nobel prize in chemistry for the second year in a row. Instead, the award went to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, J. Fraser Stoddart, and... 2 months
New elements or rechargeable batteries for Nobel Chemistry Prize?
PHYS.ORG The Nobel Chemistry Prize is to be announced on Wednesday, with observers suggesting it could go to gene-editing, the invention of the rechargeable battery or the discovery of new periodic... 2 months
New RNA stem cell editing reduces unintended genetic complications
SCIENCE DAILY An international collaboration of government, university, and industry resources showed the promise of using RNA as a safe way to both make and modify induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) from... 2 months
Researchers probe secrets of bacterial immune system
PHYS.ORG Scientists from New Zealand's University of Otago and the Netherlands are continuing to unlock the secrets of a surprisingly flexible bacterial immune system, called CRISPR-Cas. 2 months
Ethical challenges of genome editing
SCIENCE DAILY Preventing the transmission of inherited genetic diseases, and increasing food production rates in farmed animals are two potential applications of genome editing technologies that require urgent ethical scrutiny, according to a new report. The first findings of a... 2 months
CRISPR will have to wait for that Nobel prize
TechCrunch  A bunch of Nobel awards went out to recipients today, but the inventors of the gene-editing breakthrough CRISPR were not among them. The mechanism to snip out unwanted genes seemed... 2 months
Ethics review identifies top two challenges for genome editing
PHYS.ORG Preventing the transmission of inherited genetic diseases, and increasing food production rates in farmed animals are two potential applications of genome editing technologies that require urgent ethical scrutiny, according to... 2 months
Enhanced CRISPR lets scientists explore all steps of health and disease in every cell type
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