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The CRISPR Toolbox Goes to the Farm

In TODAY's GEN Live event, we’ll talk to expert Catherine Feuillet, PhD, CSO of Inari Agriculture, who's trying to make genome-edited crops a reality.
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Scalable rAAV: Maximizing Productivity and Full Capsids

Join us for this GEN webinar, to hear the latest on the scalable start-to-finish rAAV process that has been refined for over two years. Our expert speaker, Dr. Åsa Hagner McWhirter, will cover a vast array of topics from production using single-use bioreactors to harvesting, filtration, and purification.
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Spatial Transcriptomics Helps Sniff Out a More Comprehensive Olfactory Map

In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Vizgen, our distinguished presenter, Dr. Paul Greer from UMass Chan Medical School, will describe how his laboratory uses spatial transcriptomics and machine learning to reconstruct a map of the majority of glomerular positions within the mouse olfactory bulb.
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Synthetic Biology and Coronavirus: Preventing Future Pandemics

In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Codex DNA, our distinguished speaker, Dr. Silvi Rouskin, will focus much of her presentation on the biology of coronaviruses and how synthetic biology enables the study of coronavirus gene expression and recombination.
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Gut Reaction: Human Microbiome Analysis Insights

In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Frontage, our distinguished speakers, Dr. David Kwok and Dr. David Willoughby will discuss current biomarker identification and metabolic evaluation techniques of the human gut microbiome, as well as metagenomic sequencing modalities utilized to streamline results for expedited interpretation and analysis.

Treating Viral Infections with mRNA-Encoded Cas13

This is the third webinar in a series of four, cohosted by GEN and The CRISPR Journal, that is diving deep into the burgeoning world of mRNA research and therapeutics. Our distinguished guest for this event, Dr. Philip Santangelo, will introduce important aspects of how to use mRNA to express Cas13 and use it as an antiviral agent.