Kiana Aran, a biomedical engineering expert, talks about her research on CRISPR-Chip, a new biosensor that combines CRISPR & electronics to detect specific genes in genomic DNA.
Megan Hochstrasser, Science Communications Manager at the Innovative Genomics Institute, talks about the importance of CRISPR science communication and the ongoing efforts at IGI to help people understand this genome engineering tool.
Andre Watson, CEO of Ligandal, talks about how his company is improving the payload delivery of gene therapy, making it more accurate and efficient, to make new gene therapy a reality for the public.
Biotech and biopharma companies are in a phase of accelerated growth. Alex Philippidis, a science journalist at Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News discusses the changing face of big pharma, biotech, and CRISPR gene editing industries, as they raise more money and the world changes around them.
Dr. Avery Posey is leading the charge on CAR T cell therapy research to bring this technology to cancer patients as soon as possible. Learn how CAR T works, what stage it’s in now, and how it will help revolutionize the treatment of cancer.
Trevor Martin, CEO of Mammoth Biosciences, talks about the science behind CRISPR diagnostics, and what Mammoth is doing to bring it to consumers in the next decade.
Andrew Porterfield is a scientific marketing consultant, science journalist, and all around science communicator. We caught up with Andrew to discuss the latest news about how CRISPR is impacting the agriculture industry and how the various regulatory decisions related to this technology may shape its use and adoption in different parts of the world.
Alison Van Eenennaam is a geneticist at UC Davis, primarily interested in using CRISPR and other DNA-based biotechnologies in cattle production and agricultural systems. Learn about her exciting projects, ranging from "All Boys" cattle to hornless dairy cows, and the technical difficulties of working with large mammals in this episode.
Gene drives have frequently been in the news in the past few years. In this episode, we discuss what exactly gene drives are, their applications, and how scientists are ensuring that they are used responsibly. Tune in to hear what researchers Anna Buchman from UCSD and Kevin Esvelt from MIT had to say.