“CRISPR is highly fragmented, with too many approaches. We bring it all together”

05/07/2016 - 4 minutes

The problem with CRISPR, is that not many people are actually experts in the field, and there are only a select few who worked on it pre-2013. So how did this UK Startup make a big name for itself in field of the ‘Biotech Breakthrough of the Century’?

Desktop Genetics is a startup founded in 2012 by three young researchers from Cambridge who were frustrated by the way the field managed gene editing experiments. Today they are building an AI to assist researchers and clinicians using CRISPR in cells, and eventually, human patients.

Here one of the founders, Edward Perello, talked us through the need for services like Desktop Genetic’s in this increasingly relevant Big Data field.Please accept preferences cookies to watch this video.

The company’s DESKGEN platform is an online service that researchers can use to design CRISPR gene editing experiments.

The problem is that in Bioinformatics, a massive amount of data is being generated these days.

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