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Gene editing technology licensed
for human therapeutics

CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing tools developed by Wyss Institute Core Faculty Member George Church and his collaborators have been licensed to Editas Medicine to develop therapies that could work by disrupting or modifying specific genes

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  • precise system for separating complex materials

    A precise system
    for separating
    complex materials

    A new approach developed by Wyss Core Faculty member Joanna Aizenberg uses tiny fluid-filled holes, or "pores", for flow separation of liquids and gases with significant energy savings and improved precision Read More

  • Organs-on-Chips

    Acquired by the
    Museum of Modern Art

    In addition to joining MoMA's permanent collection, human organs-on-chips will be showcased in the museum's latest Architecture and Design exhibit, where they are recognized for their design's potential societal impact Read More

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  • Jim Collins

    Convergence of ArtScience

    March 25, 2015

    As part of the ArtScience lecture series at Le Laboratoire Cambridge, Wyss Institute Core Faculty member Jim Collins will explore living cellular devices

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