Making more scientific research true

Author: Mirte Golverdingen Speaker: John P.A. Ioannidis Department: Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS), Department of Medicine, Stanford Prevention Research Center, Department of Health Research and Policy, Department of Statistics, Stanford University School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford, California, United States of America Subject: Making more scientific research true              Location: Erasmus University College Date: 9 November … Continue reading Making more scientific research true

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CRISPR-based interference: from Cas9 to Cpf1

BioNanoscience seminar, 12.11.15 Title: CRISPR-based interference in prokaryotes: from exploration to exploitation Speaker: John van der Oost (WUR) Author: Edgar Schönfeld CRISPR/CAS9 is a new genome editing tool that has revolutionized biology. It is better than previously used methods in terms of cost, time and precision. The tool is based on a bacterial defense mechanism … Continue reading CRISPR-based interference: from Cas9 to Cpf1

CRISPR-based interference in prokaryotes from exploration to exploitation

Speaker:         Prof. dr. John van der Oost Department:    Bionanoscience Subject:          CRISPR-based interference in prokaryotes Location:         Delft Date:               12-11-2015  Author: Carolien Bastiaanssen Prof. John van der Oost from the Laboratory of Microbiology of Wageningen University gave a BN seminar about CRISPR. This is a defence system which about 85% of archaea and 40% of bacteria have. … Continue reading CRISPR-based interference in prokaryotes from exploration to exploitation

How to improve the scientific process.

Speaker: John P.A. Ioannidis Department: - Subject: How to improve the scientific process. Location: Erasmus University College Date: 09-11-2015 Author: Kristian Blom Today 09-11-2015 is a rather special day for the Erasmus University, since they celebrate their 102nd dies natalis. For this special event, Prof. John P.A. Ioannidis, Chair in Disease Prevention and Professor of … Continue reading How to improve the scientific process.