Científicas ganan Nobel de Química por “tijeras genéticas”

Emmanuelle Charpentier y Jennifer A. Doudna reciben el Nobel de Química por un método de edición del genoma que puede explicarse como unas “tijeras moleculares”, que ofrece la promesa de curar enfermedades genéticas algún día, dice la Real Academia de las Ciencias de Suecia

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US-French duo wins Nobel Chemistry Prize for gene editing tool | AFP

The Nobel jury announces that Emmanuelle Charpentier of France and Jennifer Doudna of the United States have won the Nobel Chemistry Prize “for the development of a method for genome editing.”

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CRISPR explained: How the gene-editing tool works

Scientists Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their pioneering work on the gene-editing tool CRISPR. The tool has been used to engineer better crops and to try to cure human diseases. (Oct. 7)

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Nobel winner Charpentier to young female scientists: “nothing is impossible” | AFP

Nobel Chemistry Prize winner Emmanuelle Charpentier says she hopes the award will make young female scientists realise that “nothing is impossible”, after she and Jennifer Doudna of the US won for the gene-editing technique known as the CRISPR-Cas9 DNA snipping “scissors”, the first time a Nobel science prize has gone to a women-only team. SOUNDBITE

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US-French duo Charpentier, Doudna win Nobel Chemistry Prize for gene editing tool | AFP

The Nobel jury announces that Emmanuelle Charpentier of France and Jennifer Doudna of the United States have won the Nobel Chemistry Prize “for the development of a method for genome editing.” SOUNDBITE

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