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Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
News / 11.28.18
By analyzing the DNA of more than 55,000 people, an international team of researchers identify 12 regions of the genome that raise the risk of ADHD, providing valuable biological insights.Read more
Len Rubenstein Photography
News / 11.26.18
Statements by core institute members Feng Zhang and David Liu in response to reports that a researcher in China has engineered the “world’s first genetically edited babies.” Zhang’s team pioneered the development of genome editing tools for use in eukaryotic cells from natural microbial CRISPR-Cas9 systems.Read more
Erik Jacobs
News / 11.16.18
Serine's mitochondrial entry point, science's better mosquito genome, and malaria's new drug resistance route.Read more
Photo by Ryuji Suzuki.
Blog / 11.12.18
In a #WhyIScience Q&A, a surgical resident explains how genetic datasets provided by Veterans and other volunteers are helping us understand the cardiovascular ailments he treats in the clinicRead more
Erik Jacobs
News / 11.9.18
Self-repairing CRISPR cuts, correcting cancer dependency data, ancient American migrations, and more.Read more