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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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On Monday, scientists at UC Berkeley's Doudna Lab published research on a new system for targeting RNA sequences using clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, or CRISPR, an adaptive immune system present in bacteria, paving the way for additional research and potential medical use.
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On Monday, scientists at UC Berkeley's Doudna Lab published research on a new system for targeting RNA sequences using clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, or CRISPR, an adaptive immune system present in bacteria, paving the way for additional research and potential medical use.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and UCSF’s  Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found the diversity of CRISPR gene editors in viruses goes far beyond what they expected, possibly leading to new ways of editing genomes. 
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and UCSF’s  Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found the diversity of CRISPR gene editors in viruses goes far beyond what they expected, possibly leading to new ways of editing genomes. 
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A team of researchers at the Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found a way to use CRISPR technology to edit genes within a community, spearheading huge advancements in the medical industry.
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A team of researchers at the Innovative Genomics Institute, or IGI, have found a way to use CRISPR technology to edit genes within a community, spearheading huge advancements in the medical industry.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley, the Gladstone Institutes and Innovative Genomics Institute discovered that the antibodies generated against SARS-CoV-2 and its variants are less effective against omicron.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley, the Gladstone Institutes and Innovative Genomics Institute discovered that the antibodies generated against SARS-CoV-2 and its variants are less effective against omicron.
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The Innovative Genomics Institute will begin a research program using CRISPR gene-editing technology for carbon removal, according to a Tuesday press release.
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The Innovative Genomics Institute will begin a research program using CRISPR gene-editing technology for carbon removal, according to a Tuesday press release.
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On April 23, UC Berkeley will be hosting an in-person Cal Day for the first time in two years. The day packed with in-person events will be held for newly admitted students and their families, giving them the opportunity to get to know their new campus.
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On April 23, UC Berkeley will be hosting an in-person Cal Day for the first time in two years. The day packed with in-person events will be held for newly admitted students and their families, giving them the opportunity to get to know their new campus.
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UC Berkeley released application decisions for the freshman class of 2026 March 24, causing celebration among admitted students.
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UC Berkeley released application decisions for the freshman class of 2026 March 24, causing celebration among admitted students.
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The U.S. Patent Office ruled Monday that patents for some CRISPR technologies do not belong to the university and other partner institutions.
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The U.S. Patent Office ruled Monday that patents for some CRISPR technologies do not belong to the university and other partner institutions.
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Highly-promising and revolutionary, CRISPR technology has changed the prospects of modern medicine. According to a UC Berkeley study, however, it may also be changing the role of researchers and scientists.
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Highly-promising and revolutionary, CRISPR technology has changed the prospects of modern medicine. According to a UC Berkeley study, however, it may also be changing the role of researchers and scientists.
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Scientists from UC Berkeley are part of a research team using Nobel Prize-winning CRISPR technology to develop a COVID-19 diagnostic test that is fast, convenient and can be performed on site.
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Scientists from UC Berkeley are part of a research team using Nobel Prize-winning CRISPR technology to develop a COVID-19 diagnostic test that is fast, convenient and can be performed on site.
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