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The Rise of CRISPR Based Startups

CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology seems to be the only thing that everyone is talking about nowadays and maybe the only thing researchers want to work on. Ever since its discovery in 2012, it has shaken the world of research and astonished researchers and everyone alike with the dream of eradicating any disease at the genetic […]

Nanoflowers Blossom in Beakers at Harvard Engineering School

Researchers at Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have created fields of flowers out of crystals spread across glass slides in the laboratory. These aren’t some pygmy variety of flowers that occur in nature, but nanostructures created by manipulating the process of crystal formation. It is not something conceptualized out of the blue, but […]