TGIF science links: CRISPR, stem cells, caffeine, & more

I always like to do a bunch of science reading on the weekend when it’s quiet including stem cells, but also many other areas such as brain tumors and more. Here are some TGIF science links to thought-provoking reading.CRISPR pigs






CRISPR stuff

Where in the world could the first CRISPR baby be born?

DIY CRISPR on the horizon soon?

CRISPR-y pigs to yield “bacon” of human organ transplants?

Stem Cells

Mini-kidney, nephron organoids from stem cells give hope

Still time to vote for the Stem Cell Person of the Year here.

German-US partnership on IPS cell including Jeanne Loring.

Sleepy stem cells are sad and bad for transplant?

Other interesting reads

DrugMonkey talks bad prof behavior

Want a downer? Check out the RetractionWatch leader board.

Cellebrate Cell Day in November.

Bees high on caffeine do what?

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