1. Jennifer Doudna on CRISPR, coronavirus and curiosity-driven research  Mirage News
  2. Emmanuelle Charpentier And Jennifer Doudna Sharpened Mother Nature's Genetic Scissors And Won The Nobel For It  Hackaday
  3. Timely book tells the CRISPR story so far  Nature.com
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Last week, Jennifer Doudna, the 2020 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, gave a fascinating talk to an online audience of more than 1,600 viewers. She shared...Last week, Jennifer Doudna, the 2020 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, gave a fascinating talk to an online audience of more than 1,600 viewers. She shared...

Jennifer Doudna on CRISPR, coronavirus and curiosity-driven research | Mirage News

It sounds like science fiction — and until 2012, the ability to cheaply and easily edit strings of DNA was exactly that. But as it turns out, CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing is a completely natural …

Emmanuelle Charpentier And Jennifer Doudna Sharpened Mother Nature’s Genetic Scissors And Won The Nobel For It | Hackaday

A gene-editing primer maps the solid ground better than the quagmires. By Natalie Kofler A gene-editing primer maps the solid ground better than the quagmires. By Natalie KoflerA gene-editing primer maps the solid ground better than the quagmires. By Natalie Kofler

Timely book tells the CRISPR story so far