This Startup Has a New CRISPR Enzyme -- And Says It Will Give It Away For Free

Forbes – A startup says it has discovered a new CRISPR enzyme for editing DNA, one of the hottest areas in biotech. Naturally, it is going to give it away for free.

Wait, what?

“This is a true gift we’re giving to the community because I truly believe this technology is so important that holding it or restricting it is not the company that Inscripta wants to be,” says Kevin Ness, the chief executive of the company, Inscripta, which was formerly Muse Bio and is based in Boulder, Colo.

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