Jennifer Doudna, Martin Jinek, and Emmanuelle Charpentier describe their collaboration and influential experiment that led to the use of CRISPR as a genome editing technology.
Gregor Mendel’s Famous Experiment
Shirley Tilghman tells the story of Gregor Mendel’s famous pea crossing experiments that led to our understanding of how genes are inherited and segregated.
Bacteria have an immune system
Dr. Rodolphe Barrangou describes his discovery that CRISPR functions as an immune system to protect bacteria against viral infection.
Studying Coronaviruses: Vectors to Vaccines
Infectious disease researchers Dr. Tracey Goldstein and Dr. Koen Van Rompay discuss the process of detecting and identifying a new coronavirus, and the steps needed to develop a vaccine.