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We just moved a step forward in our understanding of why humans evolved DNA-based genomes.
Manufacturing mosquitoes may be the key to stopping Zika...and eradicating mosquitoes.
According to new research, biodiversity across much of Earth has dropped below safe levels. Here are some of the species we’ve lost this century—catalyzed by overhunting, logging, and manmade climate change.
CRISPR has opened up limitless avenues for genetic modification. From disease prevention to invasive species control, Jennifer Kahn discusses the discover, application, and implications of gene drives.
We've heard of people wearing their heart on their sleeve, but this man carried his around in a backpack (literally).
Life doesn't just breathe in the atmosphere that it has, breathing makes the atmosphere.
Researchers have designed a system that uses modular, programmable proteins to track and manipulate RNA
Scientists have dreamt of resurrecting the mammoth for decades, but there’s much debate regarding the feasibility of the undertaking. Here’s what we know.
Scientists at Berkeley have created a new "Tree of Life."
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