CRISPR gene editing developers win Nobel Prize for Chemistry

Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have been awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for their work on developing CRISPR, the revolutionary gene editing technology that allows scientists to cut and replace individual strands of DNA. This is part of the technology that enables the Mekonos platform, so we are ecstatic to see hard work recognised from Charpentier, Doudna, and also by association many others who have contributed to the development of CRISPR over time.

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