Do-it-yourself bioengineering and garage-based DNA sequencing let anyone alter the human condition.
A biotech company has expanded DNA's molecular code, opening the possibility of creating new kinds of life on Earth.
Massive amounts of digital information could be stored with no power and no degradation.
A genetically engineered yeast could be used to churn out morphine, codeine and other opiates using a simple home-brew beer kit.
A person's gut bacteria and skin microbes are unique to each individual.
Chinese researchers have attempted to modify the gene responsible for a potentially fatal blood disorder in non-viable embryos.
Ambient electronic music made from biological processes gives personal music a whole new meaning.
A novel indicator of aging improves our understanding of longevity and healthy aging.
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