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Scientific American

Newly Studied Proteins Expand CRISPR's Editing Range | Feb. 2021 issue | Read


The Counter

Foodborne diseases kill thousands of Americans each year. Tracing food with genetically engineered spores could help | Jan. 19, 2021 | Read


Retraction Watch

Eleven papers corrected after nutrition prof fails to disclose patent, company ties | Feb. 12, 2021 | Read

Leading evidence-based group blames pandemic for 9-month delay pulling flawed cancer review | Feb. 11, 2021 | Read

Mathematician ranked as Clarivate “highly cited researcher” has third paper retracted | Feb. 3, 2021 | Read

Journal pulls two studies that listed an author without his permission | Feb. 1, 2021 | Read

What is a figure about budgies doing in four different plant papers? | Jan. 29, 2021 | Read

“The whole thing is yucky:” When you’re surprised to find yourself as an author on a paper | Jan. 26, 2021 | Read

“I don’t think I slept for a day and a half:” Bad news for study about bad news | Jan. 25, 2021 | Read


Forbes

New this ski season: A jacket brewed like spider’s silk (with John Cumbers) | Aug. 28, 2019 | Read

Meet eight tech titans investing In synthetic biology (with John Cumbers) | Sep. 14, 2019 | Read


Scienceline

[Audio] What does the coronavirus sound like? | Jan. 21, 2021 | Listen

AI can’t color old photos accurately. Here’s why | Jan. 13, 2021 | Read

AI can make music. But will it replace your favorite musician? | Jan. 8, 2021 | Read

Hackers set their sights on 3D printers | Dec. 22, 2020 | Read

Black veterans more likely to test positive for coronavirus than white veterans | Nov. 20, 2020 | Read

Viral genome built in a test tube | Nov. 17, 2020 | Read


Caltech Letters

Decoding the language of genomes (with Suzy Beeler) | Nov. 3, 2020 | Read

How synthetic biologists could save the Cavendish banana from the brink of collapse | Nov. 19, 2019 | Read


SynBioBeta

Automated biology is now an affordable reality | Aug. 14, 2020 | Read

How aquaculture innovation can save seafood | Jan. 12, 2020 | Read

How automation and machine learning help explore the dark corners of the genome | Oct. 22, 2019 | Read

Spiber’s biomaterials stack: From new production facility to fashion runway | Sep. 4, 2019 | Read

One lab in Germany is using robots to advance computer-aided synthetic biology | Aug. 3, 2019 | Read

Synthetic biology gets a makeover with Evonetix's DNA synthesis technology | July 8, 2019 | Read

How synthetic biology is dyeing the future of fashion | July 2, 2019 | Read

Synthetic biology for sustainable cities (with John Cumbers) | June 25, 2019 | Read

Why carbon recycling could be synthetic biology's crowning achievement | June 25, 2019 | Read

Biology unlocked: Emerging applications of cell-free systems | April 30, 2019 | Read

Biotechnology meets fashion and sports performance: Trends in the apparel industry | March 26, 2019 | Read

Find a needle in the cancer haystack | March 5, 2019 | Read

Living medicines: Engineering the microbiome | Feb. 19, 2019 | Read

Synthetic biology and reproducibility meet on the internet (of things) | Jan. 7, 2019 | Read

Synthetic life: Made from scratch | Nov. 22, 2018 | Read

Scientists are engineering organisms to create new materials | May 25, 2018 | Read


Massive Science

A proposal to use CRISPR to prevent opioid overdoses is a useless approach to healthcare | Sep. 17, 2020 | Read

Here’s why many CRISPR/Cas9 experiments could be wrong – and how to fix them | Dec. 13, 2019 | Read

New parasitic interaction discovered in Antarctic lakes | July 30, 2019 | Read

Fighting cancer with exploding antibody-filled bacteria | July 27, 2019 | Read


Little Village Magazine

Iowa’s dwindling bee population is part of a larger, frightening trend (cover story) | Sep. 19, 2017 | Read

UI students are rewiring genes to create biodegradable plastic | Oct. 31, 2017 | Read

By ‘poking’ cells, a University of Iowa lab studies the science of healing | Aug. 23, 2018 | Read

Six groundbreaking research projects at the University of Iowa | Aug. 2, 2018 | Read

The best and worst of 2017 (science)| Dec. 5, 2017 | Read


CRISPR Medicine News

Which protein domain is best for CRISPRi? A new study has the answer | Oct. 26, 2020


The Official PLOS Blog

Science Behind-the-Scenes: Multiplexed CRISPR and sgRNA arrays with the Howard Salis lab | Nov. 13, 2019 | Read

Science Behind-the-Scenes: CRISPR for metabolic engineering with Dr. Raphael Ferreira | Nov. 4, 2019 | Read

Science Behind-the-Scenes: Engineering microbial consortia with Dr. Marika Ziesack | Oct. 11, 2019 | Read

Science Behind-the-Scenes: Tethered ribosomes with Dr. Erik Carlson | Oct. 25, 2019 | Read

Science Behind-the-Scenes: Do-It-Yourself OD measurements with Dr. Chinna Devarapu and Vamsi Yallapgragada | Oct. 18, 2019 | Read


The Key Reporter

Scientists: On your mark, get set, paint! | Feb. 23, 2016 | Read

Edwin L. Sabin: Life of the literary frontiersman | May 4, 2016 | Read

Science communication is gaining STEAM | May 11, 2016 | Read

Cornel West (profile) | June 20, 2016 | Read

Interview with Audrey Bahrick | Sep. 22, 2016 | Read


Iowa City, UNESCO City of Literature

Faces of the City of Literature: John Kenyon | 2017 | Read

Faces of the City of Literature: Andrea Wilson | 2017 | Read

Faces of the City of Literature: Nialle Sylvan | 2017 | Read


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