Gene-edited rice plants could boost the world's food supply
So long as the potential ethical issues are addressed, at least.
Science takes a step toward coding virus-resistant human cells
There are many challenges to making this a reality.
FDA greenlights 23andMe's direct-to-consumer cancer risk test
You don't have to go through a doctor to understand your chances.
23andMe now paints a far clearer picture of your DNA ancestry
It can reportedly trace your roots to over 150 populations.
After Math: If I had no loot
Tony Toni Tone totally saw this coming back in 1993
Scientists clone monkeys for the first time
It theoretically opens the Pandora's Box of human cloning.
Speedy DNA nanorobot could lead to molecular factories
A new power technique makes gene-based robots practical.
Key CRISPR gene editing methods might not work for most humans
Immune responses could make it too dangerous.
Scientists get closer to replicating human sperm
Researchers have passed an important milestone in understanding sperm creation.