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Synthego
CRISPR Cuts
Welcome to the CRISPR revolution. Take a break and join us as we guide conversations with an expert CRISPR cast about this cutting-edge science.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 30 ratings
Sound Quality.
This is a really great podcast. I find the subject matter so fascinating. Only three stars however because for most of the time It’s so difficult to understand what anyone is saying, there’s far too much natural reverb going on in the room where the podcast is recorded. If this problem is...Read full review »
MT Glass. via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/30/20
I love the podcast, but some sound deadening or mic isolation filters would make the experience much more enjoyable.
Theoretical314 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/22/19
Awesome Show!
I learned about Synthego because I have a podcast about cultured meat but I don’t personally have a science background. Crispr came up a lot when talking about scientists and this show helps fill me in on a lot of the happenings in the science world.
Alex Shirazi via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/13/19
Recent Episodes
Dr. Ayal Hendel, a genome-editing pioneer and group leader at Bar Ilan University in Israel, was one of the first researchers to use modified synthetic sgRNA to edit primary cells with CRISPR. In this episode, Dr. Hendel shares his perspectives on the recent CRISPR advancements and his work on...
Published 06/07/22
Published 06/07/22
Jimi has dealt with sickle cell disease, a genetic disorder with serious implications, his entire life. Undergoing a CRISPR gene editing trial turned his hope for a cure into reality with promising results from the early phases. Tune in to learn about Jimi's journey in this episode. 
Published 05/05/22
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