Fingernail-sized chip can repair damaged tissue in seconds
The non-invasive technology works without breaking the skin.
Genetic engineering creates an unnaturally blue flower
It hints at a future where scientists can customize plants at will.
Yeast could hold the key to custom-built DNA
A team is building DNA from scratch in a bid to understand life's blueprint.
Helix wants to build a marketplace for your DNA
One mouth swab and your data can be shared with as many healthcare startups as you can afford.
Researchers encode a movie onto living bacteria
What if you could carry your iTunes library in your skin?
Scientists revive an extinct virus using off-the-shelf DNA
It's both a blessing and a curse to medical science.
Atomic 'photos' help make gene editing safer
They show exactly how CRISPR works its wonders.
IBM-powered DNA sequencing could find bacteria in raw milk
They plan to sequence the DNA and RNA of milk and the microbes it typically gets in contact with.
I bio-engineered glowing beer and it hasn’t killed me (yet)
CRISPR is a DNA-editing tool that could cure cancer, and I wasted its potential on beer.