Posts tagged with "gRNA"



Science News · 18. September 2019
The iGEM Team “Syntex” from Marburg 2019 aims to develop a new fast-growing model organism that is easy to genetically modify with CRISPR: Synechococcus elongates. Read more.

Science News · 05. September 2019
Eurofins Genomics chose some great iGEM teams that work on fascinating projects with synthetic biology. Read here about the iGEM teams and their projects.

Science News · 05. September 2019
The iGEM team of TU Dresden aims to develop a tool for detecting any nucleic acid sequence of interest in microbial samples and human cells with gene-sensitive paper-strips.

Science News · 27. September 2018
Have you jumped on the CRISPR hype train? Have you bought into the “CRISPR will change the world… it will change life” hype? It is time to derail this HYPE TRAIN! Everybody talks about CRISPR, but let’s get serious. It’s mostly the same story repeated again and again. Media often promises us the stars but, eventually, the next big thing will not live up to its expectations. Remember RNAi? It was immensely hyped, in fact, as the breakthrough of the year by Science (Couzin-Frankel,...

Science News · 25. September 2018
World records - WE LOVE THEM! Especially seeing them broken by our athletic heroes and the yardstick raised a little higher, according to the premise “Bigger, Stronger,Faster”. Truth is, however, some of our heroes have a dirty little secret… DOPING. Fact is that doping is prohibited and no athlete should make use of it. It needs to be fair, just as the Olympic oath says. However, doping has been an issue for fair sports for many years. Lance Armstrong for example won the Tour the France...