About 75 percent of the world's food comes from 12 crops and five animal species — and that's a problem.
New opportunities are now available with portable, real-time DNA sequencing.
But will that be enough to keep the “doomsday vault” safe?
The potential of modern biotechnology could do a lot more than bring back extinct species—it could be the answer to the world’s dwindling biodiversity.
You’ve seen “Jurassic Park,” right?
On a remote Arctic island lies the world’s seed bank backup; it holds specimens from around the world in case of catastrophic losses of crops.
The battle is on for life on Earth, and this is only the beginning.
In March of 2016, China approved its 13th 5-Year Plan (2016-2020); here are the sci-tech priorities that the world’s second largest economy will be focusing on.
This biodiverse wildlife goldmine might not survive for long.
There's still a world to explore out there.
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