We talk to Professor Kathryn Roeder about her research ahead of her keynote address at INSAR 2019.
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July biology highlights: CRISPR/Cas9 technology, reproducibility, sex differences in autism, and more
Providing you with a quick update on some of the recent research published in our biology journals over the past month.