CRISPR is the most popular and widely used gene-editing technology today. While researchers keep engineering CRISPR systems to make them more precise and efficient. Learn more about the recent advances in CRISPR technology.
This year 2020 the Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to a genetics project (it must be remembered that there is no Nobel Prize in Biology). Scientists Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have been awarded for their work "The development of a method for genome ...Learn More
MolecularCloud has initiated a prize-winning quiz for the topic "How much do you know about Genome Editing?" Take the Quiz below and leave your thoughts in the comment section. Participants with the highest scores or the best comments will have a chance to win a canvas bag, hoodie ...Learn More
2020 Nobel Prize for Chemistry was announced on October 7 to be awarded to Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier for their pioneering work in developing CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) gene editing, a revolutionary technology that can ...Learn More
Cancer development involves several genetic mutations that can deregulate multiple genes. Targeting single genes is often insufficient to eliminate cancer cells, as it is the case for fusion oncogenes (FOs). FOs are chimeric genes resulting from in-frame fusions of the coding ...Learn More
Who wouldn't like the idea of losing weight without effort? Imagine going to the doctor and having a significant amount of your "bad" fat turned into "good" fat. Or even a miraculous treatment to make you spend more energy while resting? It would save you a lot of time and money ...Learn More