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  • Udayan Umapathi and Will Langford are co-founders of Volta Labs, an MIT Media Lab spinoff building a full-stack platform based on programmable fluidic chips to enable the next era of automation for .

  • When scientists kept running into aggravating problems with the existing tools and methods they were using to perform genetic engineering experiments, they decided to make better ones.

  • A team of scientists and engineers has created an integrated pipeline for performing genetic screening studies to help researchers figure out which genes to target, which tools to use, and how to .

  • In this issue of Blood, Linette et al report a cautionary tale—a lethal off-target toxicity following T-cell receptor (TCR) optimization to enhance affinity against a tumor-associated antigen, MAGE-A3 .

  • Latest published market study on Worldwide Genetic Engineering Market provides an overview of the current market dynamics in the Worldwide Genetic Engineering space, as well as what our survey .

  • In 1982, when I wrote my first ethics column for Genetic Engineering News, enthusiasm for genetic engineering’s potential to remake medicine, manufacturing, and agriculture was set against grave .

  • STAMPScreen will help researchers get to eureka moments faster and speed up the pace of innovation in genetic engineering," said senior author George Church, Ph.

  • While officially calling for adequate regulation and high safety standards, the EU Commission in reality seems to be following a different strategy, says Testbiotech.

  • The field of genetic engineering has amassed a huge toolbox: massive online datasets, gene editing tools, and genomic sequencing that is quick and cheap.

  • STAMPScreen will help researchers get to eureka moments faster and speed up the pace of innovation in genetic engineering," said senior author George Church, Ph.

  • STAMPScreen will help researchers get to eureka moments faster and speed up the pace of innovation in genetic engineering,” said senior author George Church, Ph.