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Weekend reads: stem cells, organoids, cancer, CRISPR & a tiger named Igor

Tiger

What are your typical weekend reads? If you are a scientist, they might often include a great deal of science. I always hope I can find time for reading for pleasure too, but about as close as I get to that is the New York Times on Sunday. Here are some recommended science reads for …

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Jennifer Doudna Interview on CRISPR, Human Gene Editing

Jennifer-Doudna

I’m doing a series of interviews with leaders in the field on human germline modification with the first interview in this series with George Church and today’s second in this series is a conversation I had with Dr. Jennifer Doudna, a pioneer in CRISPR-Cas9 technology. Doudna is a Professor in MCB and Chemistry as well …

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