Powerful DNA 'Editing' Has Arrived, Are We Ready for It? CRISPR/Cas is a new technology that allows unprecedented control over the DNA code. It’s sparked a revolution in the fields of genetics and cell biology, becoming the scientific equivalent of a household name by raising hopes about new ways to cure diseases including cancer and to unlock the remaining mysteries of our cells. Red Cas9 nuclease protein, CRISPR
Cedar-apple rust fungus - Carrot like shapes emerging from a small cone on this cedar tree. The fungus overwinters inside, then the orange jellylike "horns" grow out in the spring and produce spores in the apple.