“We use CRISPR-Cas in probiotic strains to enhance their features and their functional attributes, to drive their survival in the GI tract, and to enhance their ability to make us healthier and happier.”

– Rodolphe Barrangou, Distinguished Professor, CRISPR Lab Lead


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Using CRISPR in Forestry


Congratulations Dr. Avery Roberts on graduating with a PhD in Genomics!

Congratulations Sydney Baker for graduating with your B.Sc in Microbiology!

Congratulations Kendall Malstrom for graduating with your B.Sc in Biochemistry!

Congratulations Tim and Jessica Shin on your recent nuptials!

Congratulations John and Krissy on welcoming Baby Charli!



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