a vial barely bigger than a bullet contain 1 million copies of 1902 French silent film A Trip to the Moon, the first movie to use visual effects.
The third chapter in the Divergent series explores sci-fi themes from drones to drugs to genetic engineering.
The DNA, preserved for thousands of years, can be recovered from the jewelry for future analysis or use. Continue reading →
A gene-editing process called CRISPR-cas 9 could be used to treat a rare, hereditary form of blindness, but should it?
A one-year-old girl with leukemia was cured after scientists used a new gene-editing technique to manipulate cells to fight the disease.
California-based 23andMe has new DNA kits that will test for mutations that could lead to disease.
DNA strands are writhing, morphing tangles of information, computer simulations show. Continue reading →
Lawmakers want to ban not only the use of cloning, but imports of reproductive material, clones and their descendants.
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