"Everyone is a writer" program aims to promote sharing of knowledge and learning together. We encourage scientists, researchers, and students to answer the questions with their expertise and help the others learn from the answers. MolecularCloud team will regularly update the question list and post the best answers on the website.

Answer the questions in the list and invite your friends to like it. We will select out three best answers of each question and give each writer a $20 Amazon gift card as a reward.

Question List for May

  • What is nucleic acid detection and analysis?
  • What is CAR-T cell therapy?
  • What is single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)?
  • What are the different types of gene editing?
  • What is single-base editing?
  • What is next generation sequencing?
  • What is DNA methylation?
  • What is small RNA gene editing technology?
  • What is yeast two-hybrid?
  • What is chromatin immunoprecipitation?

How to Join in

Step 1

Click the Create Post button to create an Article.

Step 2

Input the question you'd like to answer as the Headline. Input the answer and select the #What and How tag and then Submit.

Step 3

Share your article via social or emails to your friends and invite them to "Like" it.

Instruction Video

Terms and conditions

  • The first round will last from May 08th, 2020 to May 29th, 2020. The best answers for the first 10 questions will be announced on June 1st, 2020.
  • MolecularCloud team will select the best answers based on the quality and "Like" numbers of the answers, and send notification emails to the winning writers.
  • Invite your friends to "Like" your answers will help you win the award.
  • The winners will be rewarded a $20 amazon card for each best answer. For winners from China, the reward will be replaced by ¥100 JD gift card.
  • The content your posted should match the question you selected.
  • MolecularCloud reserves the right of final explanation for details of this program. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at plasmid@genscript.com.