The seminal paper by Doudna & Charpentier was published online at the end of June 2012. The printed issue came out a few weeks later, on August 17 (don’t try to buy it, Science VOLUME 337|ISSUE 6096 is out of stock). No wonder the gene-editing community is in the mood for celebration these days. If you are too, don’t miss the chance to read these articles on CRISPR’s ten-year anniversary!
The CRISPR Journal: Celebrating a decade of CRISPR-fueled genome editing (by Rodolphe Barrangou)
GEN Biotechnology: CRISPR genome editing, into the second decade (by Geulah Livshits)
Nature Biotechnology: Knock-in on CRISPR’s door
The New York Times: CRISPR ten years on, learning to rewrite the code of life (by Carl Zimmer)
STAT: CRISPR debuted 10 years ago, in a paper hardly anyone noticed. Jennifer Doudna reflects on the DNA scissors’ first decade (by Megan Molteni)