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Kevin Davies Chats About His Latest Book "Editing Humanity"
Kevin Davies, the executive editor of The CRISPR Journal, has closely watched the genetics space evolve over the last decades. His expertise and experience were the perfect foundation for his latest book "Editing Humanity: The CRISPR Revolution and the New Era of Genome Editing." In this episode, Kevin discusses his motivation for the book, along with some behind-the-scenes stories when writing this timely literature piece.
Michael Friend Advocates For Diversity in CRISPR
In this episode, Michael Friend, CEO of Minority Coalition for Precision Medicine, discusses the lack of diversity in genome editing field and covers potential solutions for ensuring an inclusive future, particularly for black scientists.
CRISPR Forecast 2021 with Paul Dabrowski and Robert Deans
In this episode, Paul Dabrowski, CEO of Synthego, and Robert Deans, CSO of Synthego, discuss the CRISPR silver linings of 2020 and predict the directions and milestones for gene editing in 2021.
CRISPR Office Hours with Hamid Ghanadaan
The COVID-19 pandemic is a unique situation for lab scientists, many of whose work has come to a standstill. Hamid Ghanadaan, CEO of Linus, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on science and the next steps for scientists, based on their survey of >1000 scientists.
Ryan Pawell Talks About Indee Labs’ CRISPR Delivery Technology for Affordable Immunotherapies
The mission of Indee Labs, a Berkeley biotech, is to deliver CRISPR reagents into cells using microfluidics for developing affordable cell and gene therapies in the future. We interviewed Ryan Pawell, Founder and CEO of Indee Labs, about the concept of using microfluidics for CRISPR delivery, their mission and ongoing projects, and the convergence of engineering and biology for building scalable platforms.
Making of a CRISPR Film: Behind the Scenes with Producers of Human Nature
What is the process to make a science film? In this episode, Sarah Goodwin and Elliot Kirschner, producers of Human Nature, a documentary on CRISPR, offer glimpses into making of the film.
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