Racehorse speed continues to go up, according to a new study that suggests breeding by humans could be changing horses at the genetic level.
The key in recreating dinosaurs may lie in chickens' DNA.
Genes may be responsible for more than we think, from how we shop to how we sleep.
Red blood cells and collagen fibers from bone are preserved in 75-million-year-old dinosaur bones.
Every Monday, we answer some of YOUR questions! This week, let’s tackle hair. Why do we all have different hair?
Wanderlust may be more than just the desire to travel -- it’s in our genes! Why do we have the urge to explore?
The newly created humanized yeast reveals how humans and yeast share genes despite being separated by a billion years of evolution.
The beaks of chicken embryos were reverted into snouts more similar to ones seen in Velociraptors.
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