The CRISPR 2021 meeting will be the 14th annual CRISPR meeting since its inception in 2008. It will be held virtually due to the ongoing pandemic and following the postponement of the 2020 meeting which was scheduled to occur in Paris. Over the years, the annual CRISPR meeting has provided an international forum for scientists interested in all aspects of CRISPR-Cas systems, ranging from fundamental biology to biotechnological development. The primary goal of this meeting is to present state of the art novel research and global trends in CRISPR biology. CRISPR 2021 will continue the tradition of this unique scientific gathering, bringing together the scientists currently pushing the boundaries of CRISPR research through diverse approaches that include: microbiology, bioinformatics, genetics, molecular and structural biology, ecology and evolution, translational research and more.
The CRISPR Journal is the only peer-reviewed publication dedicated to the science and applications of gene editing. Spearheaded by Editor-in-Chief Rodolphe Barrangou, PhD and aided by a diverse and accomplished editorial board, the Journal provides a high-profile forum for cutting-edge international original research papers, as well as a compelling mixture of frontmatter content— review articles, perspectives, profiles, and commentary spanning not only matters of research but the many social, ethical, and business issues confronting the field. The CRISPR Journal centralizes essential information and analysis on this revolutionary technology in a single location with the aim of solidifying and growing the community of innovative researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and activists who make up the field of gene editing.
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