California cherry growers are relying on gene-drive technology to eradicate the fly species that is costing US agriculture $700 million a year.
Nobel Laureate who won the 2009 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work on telomere retracts his own paper in ‘definitely embarrassing’ science fail.
University that employed a controversial herpes vaccine researcher says it learned about his illegal experimentation on human subjects, last summer.
Flying in the face of warnings from the FDA about DIY gene therapy, two companies have stated they’ll continue to offer DNA-altering materials to the public.
Privacy concerns keep most patients from signing up to electronically share their medical records with healthcare providers, according to new study.
Although DNA-home testing is getting a lot more accessible for the everyday person, Senator Chuck Schumer claims doing so is more dangerous than we think.
Josiah Zayner, the scientist who left NASA to bring genetic engineering to consumers has modified his own genome with CRISPR (true DIY style).
Kai tells us how he would like to see the woolly mammoth brought back, and that he would help George Church raising the baby mammoth.
The source code for a crime lab program has been made available, exposing to public scrutiny a disputed technique for analysing complex DNA evidence.
U.S.’ Church Lab and South Korea’s Sooam Biotech are both attempting to resurrect the woolly mammoth, and only one can be first.