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Why does Wikipedia disagree with you and say Balbieri instead of Bridges. Did one get better PR?
The University of Texas at Austin reports they have a fix for the habit of Crispr- CAS9 to sometimes insert a gene in the wrong place.
The fix reduces the risk för error by a factor of 4000 without slowing down the process.
If true, it might be feasible to start germ-line GM to remove genes for horrible hereditary diseases and genes associated with cancer, cardiovascular disease and dementia.
Sorry för the OT post, but I thought the news was worth a shoutout.
PZ Myers says
Because I was focused on the graduates of Morgan’s Fly Room. Bridges published papers on the structure of polytene chromosomes, beyond just describing their existence.