gene editing

Scientists Edited Human Embryos To Prevent Heart Disease

The US scientists used CRISPR to genetically edit human embryos to remove a disease gene, which is the basis for trying to create the first gene-modified people, according to the MIT Technology Review. According to the report, Shoukhrat Mitalipov and colleagues at

Researchers Have Found a “Reset Button” for Aging Cells

From revitalizing heartbeats and increasing longevity, to removing disorders via gene editing, blood-borne challenges are approached with new solutions as quickly as we can innovate them. While many of the solutions we currently have can tackle blood disorders reactively, researchers at the University of Lunds in Sweden have devised a