"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. The best answers of each question will be selected at the end of each month and the writers will get corresponding rewards.

Share your posts on social media (WeChat, Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, etc.) and invite friends to answer the listed questions. Every three answers from your friends will help you get a $20 Amazon gift card or a New Canvas BagIf you want to claim a gift, click the link below.

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How to Join in

Step 1

Click the Create Post button to create an Article.

Step 2

Input The title of question as the Headline. Input the answer and select the #What and How and #CRISPR Advances tags and then Submit.

Step 3

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

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Winners of the Sixth Round

Kevin Arcos What is genome editing and CRISPR/Cas9?There are actually many statements about what genome editing and CRISPR/Cas9 is and I think NIH's definition is one of the most accurate.
Raghuvandhanan K S What are the future trends in synthetic biology? The author discusses it from three aspects: production of small molecules, computational protein design and cellular agriculture technology
Ana Luiza Dias Abdo Agamme What are the most promising (potential) applications of the CRISPR technology? CRISPR technology has a plethora of applications because of it's targeted gene-editing technology. Here are some of the most promising applications of CRISPR technology
Ana Luiza Dias Abdo Agamme What criteria will determine an ethical use of human genome editing? Genome editing technology offers great potential to advance the science and medical fields. Basic research is helping scientists understand the mechanisms of diseases and other physiological processes, which could establish new therapeutic approaches.
Elizabeth Gabriela Macedo Flores What are the most promising (potential) applications of the CRISPR technology? CRISPR/Cas9´s technology has several applications that go from treating human diseases to producing meat. In this article, I´ll show 8 potential applications of CRISPR/Cas9 technology.
VINAY MEHRA How does genome editing work? What is genome editing and CRISPR/Cas9? The earliest method scientists used to edit genomes in living cells was homologous recombination. Homologous recombination is the exchange (recombination) of genetic information between two similar (homologous) strands of DNA.
Jefferson Martins What is genome editing and CRISPR/Cas9?In the 90s, when I was still a child, I got a glimpse of the news about the cloning of Dolly, the Sheep. In the 2000s, the genome project was an extraordinary revolution in genetics, molecular biology, and understanding a series of mechanisms and techniques based on this knowledge.

Terms and conditions

  • The seventh round will last from November 1st , 2020 to November 30th, 2020. The best answers for the questions will be announced on December 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.
  • Inviting your friends to "Like" your answers will help you win the award. Each customer can get at most one 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 support@molecularcloud.org.