Usually to be able to recreate a deceased person or animal’s DNA, the DNA must be extracted from the remains of the individual. However, a new study has shown that this might not be the only way.
Disruptive science can have a significant impact outside of our own domains of research and into our personal lives. Keeping abreast of these developments can help prepare and inspire.
Microsoft thinks that artificial intelligence might be one way to fine-tune CRISPR, and resolve what scientists have been working on for a long while.
Researchers have identified a new drug target for treating Huntington’s disease, a fatal neurological disorder for which there currently is no cure or preventative therapy.
According to new research, we have a “social genome”, that play a key role in human health and behaviour.
When deprived of sleep, some people are able to cope and respond much better than others. Why is that?
EncrpGen have come forward with a solution that allows you to take control of your own genetic makeup, after 23andMe faces backlash.
Babies born with an oesophagus that’s disconnected from their stomachs can spend weeks in intensive care. But tiny robots may change that.
Biologists have developed a method for rapidly screening hundreds of thousands of potential drugs for fighting infections, an innovation that holds promise for combating the growing scourge of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Digitisation, Blockchain…which of these financial technology trends will experience the biggest growth of 2018.
How is it possible to lose thousands of genes? Well, one answer lies in self-fertilisation. A recent study reports that this is exactly what happens to worms.
Leishmania’s viruses may have helped the parasite infect vertebrates, according to new research.