Articles tagged "genetics"
Gene therapy could lead to a new level of customizing humans.
At least, that's what an animal study out of Emory University dares to suggest.
New modeling processes are getting closer to tracking transmission sequences.
Cue the dystopian prophecies.
Up to 85 percent of the deepwater bacteria's DNA is identical, scientists have discovered.
Sometimes, life can't find a way.
A US court has ruled the American Quarter Horse Association must accept cloned horses' applications to join their exclusive club.
Who wants to live forever?
"It’s like the genome is Santa Claus–he knows if you’ve been good or bad, even if we ourselves might be missing the picture a little.”
Alexis Gambis, who founded the Imagine Science Film Festival after getting his PhD in genetics and a masters in film, has reconstructed the legendary fruit fly laboratory where many modern-day genetics discoveries were made.
The genetic history of American dogs just got a little less mysterious.
We still know barely anything about the genetic makeup of bacteria.
As it turns out, biotech firms don’t really want to own your DNA after all.
But hey, at least the DNA you were born with is still yours, right?
The answer lies in our genes, of course.
Some scientists say no, others say yes. The 10 year-old in all of us wants to see a live wooly mammoth.
Within a couple of generations, competing with the Chinese on an intellectual level will be like drinking a shot every time Lena Dunham gets naked on 'Girls' – not a good idea.
Researchers at Yale found a genetic means to teach an old mouse new tricks.
For some, deodorant is unnecessary and a waste of money. But chances are you scrub your pits, anyway, because you'd just rather not be called a stinky hippie.
500 million years ago, a stupid sea-going invertebrate had a genetic accident.
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