May 31, 2020

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By Anna Everette The title of this article is partially borrowed from a fascinating Lightning Presentation delivered by John Doench of Broad Institute at CRISPRcon this year. In his talk, Mr. Doench pointed out how we’ve been looking up to this promising technology for a while now, hoping it will deliver the anticipated results (see image below): And for a second consecutive year, people from different walks of life gathered at this event to figure out how they could contribute to the discussion. But …Read More

Over the years I’ve written probably 99+% of the posts here on The Niche, but we’ve also had some great guest authors of important pieces. You guys probably get tired of Paul Knoepfler (me) writing most of the pieces. This page lists our guest posters with a little information about each one. I’ve also included links to some of their guest posts. The authors are listed in alphabetical order by first name. Aaron Goldman Dr. Goldman is the DIRECTOR OF THE DRUG RESISTANCE GROUP …Read More

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By Anna Everette “In our society, we have an addiction to vertical genetic transmission. It’s called sex and having a child who looks like you”. This was perhaps the most memorable quote from the event’s keynote speaker, Greg Simon, Director of the Biden Cancer Initiative. It also happens to highlight the most compelling reason to pursue this exciting technology. CRISPRcon took place on August 16-17 at the UC Berkeley and was meant to encourage communication about the range of ethical and social implications surrounding …Read More