Nobel Prize season 2015 kicked off this morning with the announcement of the Prize for Physiology and Medicine. Will CRISPR claim the gong for Chemistry?
Altering the genome, typically to better understand gene and protein function. This also paves the way for gene therapy.
Have your say: should scientists from London’s Francis Crick Institute be allowed to conduct genome-editing research in human embryos?
Team from London’s Francis Crick Institute wants to use CRISPR to edit human embryos in infertility study
How are people applying CRISPR/Cas9 technology? Michelle Cleary of Merck explores the positive effect the technology has had on drug development.
Major UK research organisations call for continued CRISPR human genome-editing research, accompanied by public debate.
A look ahead to the workshops at Festival of Genomics California.
Reprogramming damaged retinal cells to detect light again could form basis of a general gene-therapy for blindness.
We chat with Jacob Corn of Innovative Genomics Initiative about the genome editing boom.
New BBC radio series FutureProofing explores the impact of synthetic biology, with input from Jennifer Doudna and Craig Venter
New Centre for Precision Genomics at The Jackson Laboratory aims to find solutions to life-threatening and genetically complex human diseases.