Only at Cal: Summer Gene Editing Course

published 3 months ago by UCTV

Where better to learn about CRISPR gene editing than the place where it was born?: Berkeley. 30 undergrads spend 3 weeks learning how to use CRISPR to edit genes. Experts in the field taught the most complete hands-on, undergraduate course on CRISPR at any university. They learned how CRISPR came from bacteria and recreated Jennifer Doudna's famous experiment that started the gene editing revolution. Finally, they edited DNA in live bacterial cells. Now they're prepared to join any CRISPR lab at Berkeley. Series: "UC Berkeley News" [Show ID: 34025]

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