Development of a new method for genome editing by two researchers from the United States and Germany to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Two researchers from the U.S. and Germany develop a new method for genome editing at the Nobel Prize in Chemistry October 7 at 6:53 p.m.

Two researchers from American universities and German research institutions who developed a new method of “genome editing” that allows students to freely rewrite biological genetic information were selected as recipients of this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry.