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Single Cell Writing May Unlock CRISPR’s Full Potential
After over three years of super stealth mode, Inscripta gave its first public presentation today at the 2019 Synthetic Biology: Engineering,…
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Inscripta Looks to Combine CRISPR, Single-Cell Genomics, Synthetic Biology in New Platform
Kevin Ness, the CEO of gene editing company Inscripta, has long had a vision of doing for genome writing what Illumina did for…
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Inscripta’s MAD7 Named a Top Innovation of 2018 by The Scientist
The award recognizes products that are set to revolutionize research and advance scientific knowledge
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Inscripta Wins Rising Star Award from Colorado BioScience Association
Inscripta has been selected for the Colorado BioScience Association’s 2018 Rising Star Award
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Do CRISPR Risks Outweigh Rewards?
We’ve become accustomed to new headlines about CRISPR nearly every week, touting gene editing’s potential to transform…
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Meet the Startup That's Giving Away Its CRISPR-Like Technology for Free
CRISPR is one of the most promising areas in biotech, but much of that potential has been locked behind expensive licensing…
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Inscripta Looks to Become the Illumina of Genome Editing Technology Firms
Inscripta is creating its own market and customer base while also utilizing the expertise of its customers to refine…
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Gene-editing startup Inscripta raises $55.5 million
Inscripta said on Wednesday it raised $55.5 million in funding as the privately held biotech startup looks to strengthen…
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This Startup Wants to Democratize CRISPR Gene Editing Research by Making It Free
CRISPR gene editing is widely regarded as one of the most significant advances in the life sciences in decades…
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This Startup Has a New CRISPR Enzyme -- And Says It Will Give It Away for Free
A startup says it has discovered a new CRISPR enzyme for editing DNA, one of the hottest areas in biotech. Naturally, it is…
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