In this episode of Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond, Senna Aldoubosh and Ketevan Shavdia sit with Dr. Cameron A. Myhrvold ’11, an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Biology at Princeton, to discuss his research using CRISPR to develop new technologies for pathogen detection. Tune in to hear Myhrvold discuss his experience as a Princeton undergraduate, his development of CRISPR technologies including mCARMEN, and his hopes for future uses of CRISPR in clinical settings.
This episode of Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond (B Cubed) was produced under the 146th managing board of the ‘Prince’ in partnership with Princeton Insights.
For more information about Dr. Myhrvold’s research, feel free to visit his page, as well as the specific paper mentioned in the episode, linked below.
Written and Hosted by Senna Aldoubosh and Ketevan Shavdia
Edited and Sound Engineered by Oyshee Lahiry
Transcript by Oyshee Lahiry
Produced by Senna Aldoubosh
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