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Geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam: ‘I’m not going to let the fearmongers dominate the conversation’ on CRISPR gene-edited food

Marissa Fessenden | 
Animal geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam has six calves that are rather unusual. Most people might not pick up on what’s ...
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CRISPR food in grocery stores in 5 years? Gene editing research picks up speed

Molly Fosco | 
CRISPR, which works by finding and then replacing, editing or deleting a genetic sequence inside an organism, is currently being ...
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Scientist to CEO: Caribou Biosciences’ Rachel Haurwitz targets cancer with CRISPR

Molly Fosco | 
In a fashionable fitted blazer, Rachel Haurwitz looks the part of a polished executive when she meets me in the ...
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‘Super cows’: How genetic tinkering could turn farm animals into cancer-fighting drug factories

Nick Fouriezos | 
While the overall biotech industry in South Dakota is small — about 66 firms — the state is emerging as ...
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Could ‘child prodigy’ genes lead to treatments for autism?

Joanne Ruthsatz | 
[Editor's Note: Joanne Ruthsatz is a psychologist at Ohio State University and the author of The Prodigy's Cousin. Her research ...

GMO 2.0: New generation of blight-resistant foods

Laura Secorun Palet | 
Blight-resistant vegetables could be great for farmers, as well as for the environment. Potatoes are sprayed against blight up to ...
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