Francis Mojica visits UNSW – the founder of CRISPR

Francis Mojica is becoming a science celebrity.

There are many reasons for this. Primarily, it is because in 1993 he first discovered Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats, named them by the acronym CRISPR, and decided to study them.

A Familiar Face

t’s always nice to see a familiar face, or catch up with an old friend.  Last Friday we were lucky enough to have a previous senior post-doc visit from New Zealand. Read more here.