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Video gamers tasked with helping develop new molecule for controlling CRISPR

The latest Eterna game will ask 100,000 players to help design a molecule to assist in ...

A few years ago, a team of researchers at Stanford University launched a video game called Eterna. The game was designed to harness the brain power of thousands of gamers, challenging them to design new chemical sequences of RNA. A new follow-up game has just been launched, and this time players are challenged to create a new RNA molecule that can essentially function as an on/off switch for the CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing process.

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Category: Biology

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  • CRISPR
  • RNA
  • Stanford University
  • Video Games
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