No longer the stuff of science fiction, we are on the verge of being able to bring extinct species back from the dead. But does this mean we should?
This year, food featuring consumer facing genetic modifications is expected to be on supermarket shelves. Here’s a glimpse at this new generation of GMOs.
Challenging long-held ideas of evolution.
A common pet store fish could be key to advancing human regeneration science.
The Human Cell Atlas is like Google Maps for the body's cells!
Let's do some thinking about thinking.
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.
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