New method identifies splicing biomarkers for liver cancer
Researchers have developed a method for identifying splicing-based biomarkers for liver cancer
CRISPR-based system identifies important new drug targets in a deadly leukemia
CRISPR was used to find 2 new druggable targets in a deadly leukemia.
Science self-corrects: cancer gene does not pass reproducibility test
CSHL Fellow Jason Sheltzer and his research team use CRISPR to discover that MELK is not actually involved in cancer.
Base Pairs Episode 14: The cancer answer that wasn’t
We look at the "reproducibility crisis" in science, with a cancer researcher discovering something he didn't expect while experimenting with MELK...
Kids today are doing what forensics experts couldn’t just 25 years ago
March 6, 2018
An 11-year-old student uses DNA testing to try to solve a 5,000-year-old murder mystery at CSHL’s DNA Learning Center...
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