Jason P. Dinh

Jason P. Dinh

Jason P. Dinh is a science journalist who freelances for The Scientist. He will earn his PhD in biology from Duke University in 2023, where his dissertation focuses on animal behavior. He was awarded a AAAS Mass Media Fellowship (’22) based at Discover Magazine and a 2022 NASW Summer Diversity Fellowship. His work has also appeared in Discover Magazine and New Scientist.

Articles by Jason P. Dinh
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New CRISPR Technique Causes Few Unintended Mutations in Fruit Flies
Jason P. Dinh | Jul 1, 2022
A study finds that CRISPR-Nickase, which changes just one allele of a given gene, improves gene editing efficiency compared with CRISPR-Cas9.