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Kiana Aran’s CRISPR-Chip Launched as “Genome Sensor”

This article originally appeared on genengnews.com on Sept. 13, 2019. The CRISPR-Chip garnered much attention earlier this year when the novel graphene-based biosensor CRISPR-Cas technology was introduced in a Nature Biomedical Engineering publication in March. This week, the two companies that have been straddling the technology that is able to detect a specific genetic mutation from […]

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Joel West’s Research on Open Innovation Featured in Australian Online Magazine

This article originally appeared in The Mandarin, an Australian online magazine, on Sept. 11, 2019. A civic twist on crowdsourcing could give local governments insight into innovative solutions that benefit the community, according to a new research paper. The research, published earlier this year by R&D Management, was a collaboration between Krithika Randhawa of the University […]

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Kiana Aran Discusses CRISPR-Chip Innovation on The Oxford Biotech Podcast

KGI Assistant Professor Kiana Aran was featured as a guest on The Oxford Biotech Podcast to discuss the invention and applications of CRISPR-Chip, her celebrated invention that enables sequence-specific real-time detection of DNA without amplification or complex sample processing. To listen to the interview, visit The Oxford Biotech Podcast page.

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Barbara Fortini Co-Authors Article in The Journal of Precision Medicine

This article originally appeared in the August 2019 issue of The Journal of Precision Medicine. It was co-authored by Mark Kiel of Genomenon, Inc. How Education is Catching Up with Genomics Background and Motivation In 2017, while the world was becoming increasingly dominated by vast amounts of genomic data, genetics education programs in the US […]

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Kiana Aran’s CRISPR-Chip Innovation Featured in The Scientist

This story originally appeared in The Scientist’s July 2019 issue. To read the full story, click here. Searching a sample of DNA for a particular sequence—be it a mutation, a researcher-inserted transgene, or evidence of an infecting organism—is a common practice in many molecular biology and diagnostic laboratories around the world. Often, such searches take […]

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Claremont Courier Features Oasis KGI Commons, KGI’s First Housing Complex

This story originally appeared in the Claremont Courier on July 5. To read the full story, click here. Keck Graduate Institute’s new student housing buildings are just about finished. Dubbed the “Oasis KGI Commons,” the two four-story buildings are the latest new housing and classroom facilities for the relatively young Claremont graduate school, which bills […]

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Kiana Aran’s Innovation Featured on the Cover of Nature Biomedical Engineering

After publishing Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) Assistant Professor Kiana Aran’s CRISRP-Chip research in March, the journal Nature Biomedical Engineering has now featured the innovation on its June 2019 cover. As announced in March, Aran is the first to combine the power of CRISPR’s nucleic acid targeting with the ultra sensitivity of graphene, making it possible to […]

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Joon Kim Shares PPC and PPA Highlights on The PA Platform Podcast

KGI’s Joon Kim, who is the director of the Postbac Premedical Certificate and Postbac Pre-PA Certificate programs, was interviewed on the The PA Platform podcast in mid-May. He talked about KGI, the two programs he directs, and his commitment to helping students achieve their career goals in a wide range of pathways. You can listen […]

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