Happy DNA Day!

April 25th is DNA Day, celebrating the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA in 1953 and the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003

Risk vs. Benefit: Advisory Group Comments on Gene Editing

NAS/NAM supports human gene editing in specific situations, indicates that benefits to health will outweigh the potential risks if regulated appropriately.

How Oligos Changed the World

Oligos are one of the most important tools in modern day molecular biology – without oligos, today’s biotechnology industry simply couldn’t exist.

USPTO CRISPR Patent Decision Keeps Status Quo

Many scientific breakthroughs are being made using CRISPR gene editing technology, but there is uncertainty regarding ownership of the intellectual property

Using Synthetic Biology to Engineer Membrane Proteins

Synthetic DNA is changing the way research is performed, allowing scientists to focus on performing their experiments and accelerating their discoveries.

Twist Bioscience Expands to New South San Francisco Location

Twist Bioscience’s expansion into its new 12,000-square-foot South San Francisco property more than doubles our current production space, providing a launch pad for the next phase of growth and development.

Targeting RNA with CRISPR

When you hear the word “CRISPR”, you may think of a new technology that allows scientists to quickly and easily edit genomes. However, CRISPR doesn’t

Top Moments in Synthetic Biology 2016

2016 has been a fantastic year for synthetic biology! Here is our roundup of the year’s top moments, innovations, and improvements. The Genome Project –

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