Congratulations to Emmanuelle Charpentier (Max Plan Unit for the Science of Pathogens, Germany) and Jennifer A. Doudna (University of California, United States) for their 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Charpentier and Doudna received the award for their work in CRISPR, an area very familiar with the SLAS community.
Listed below are the CRISPR-focused articles, podcasts and scientific sessions SLAS has published. Dig in to refresh or learn more about this wide-reaching and evolving topic.
Coming soon! Watch for Genome Editing Applications in Drug Discovery and Target Validation, a training series outlining CRISPR-Cas9 and beyond, including tools of the trade and applications of genome editing in functional genomics. Available this November in SLAS APPLIED.
SLAS Transformed 2020 Scientific Session
SLAS2020 Scientific Sessions
SLAS2019 Scientific Sessions
SLAS Europe 2019 Scientific Session
Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood Articles
New Matter: Inside the Minds Podcast
SLAS Member Meet-Up
SLAS Archive: Top 14 Video Presentation