Hutch News

Could gold be the key to making gene therapy for HIV and other blood disorders more accessible?

A proof-of-principle study published in Nature Materials shows that gold nanoparticles loaded with CRISPR and other gene-editing tools safely and effectively edited blood stem cells. (Photos, diagram available for media use.)
Releases - May 27, 2019

Special delivery: Gold nanoparticles ship CRISPR cargo

Fred Hutch scientists used their new golden courier to edit genes tied to HIV, genetic blood disorders
Hutch News - May 27, 2019

Improving cancer vaccines with T-cell programming nanoparticles

Dr. Matthias Stephan receives grant to develop cancer vaccine–optimizing, TCR-programming nanotechnology
Hutch News - July 31, 2018

Tiny tech reprograms immune cells to fight cancer

Nanoparticles turn immune cells into leukemia-fighting powerhouses while they’re still inside the body
Hutch News - April 17, 2017

Intel and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to Explore the Use of Nanotechnology Tools for Early Disease Detection

The Intel Raman Bioanalyzer System™ to help researchers understand the molecular differences between healthy cells and diseased cells for better diagnostic methods
Releases - October 23, 2003
Last Modified, August 15, 2019