Mallory Locklear

DNA/IDK

Some Farmers Still Don't Trust CRISPR, Thanks to GMOs​

"I think there’s a lot of controversy over whether farmers are driving for these technologies or whether these technologies are manipulating farmers."
Mallory Locklear
12.21.17
DNA/IDK

Scientists Used CRISPR to Edit a Gene That Causes Miscarriages

The gene editing technology could eventually herald the next frontier in fertility treatment.
Mallory Locklear
10.2.17
DNA/IDK

These Kids Are Learning CRISPR At Summer Camp

I went to a New York classroom to see how kids were being prepared for the future of gene editing.
Mallory Locklear
7.27.17
sextech

The Sex Tech Industry Says Facebook and PayPal Are Censoring Its Work

Tech companies can't differentiate between sex-positive content and porn.
Mallory Locklear
6.14.17
DNA/IDK

CRISPR Is Not Accurate Enough to Save Us Yet

Scientists are at odds over a study that says gene editing comes with thousands of unwanted mutations.
Mallory Locklear
6.8.17
Pasta

These Weird Flattened Noodles Will Change the Way We Pack Food

MIT engineers have figured out how to 3D print pasta to save space.
Mallory Locklear
5.26.17
Slytherin vs. Slytherin

This Snake Fight Makes No Sense

Watch two snakes duke it out with ostensibly no explanation.
Mallory Locklear
5.20.17
head transplant

Scientists Just Transplanted Small Rat Heads Onto Bigger Rats

Researches successfully avoided brain-damaging blood loss while the donor head was being attached to the recipient rat.
Mallory Locklear
4.27.17
This Is a Cheerocracy

Who Won the Showdown Between Cheerleading Twitter vs. Baseball Twitter?

A feud you didn't even know existed.
Mallory Locklear
4.27.17
Legalize it

Black Market Weed Is Growing Where Medical Marijuana Is Legal

A new study says illicit marijuana use and cannabis disorders increased alongside access to medical marijuana.
Mallory Locklear
4.26.17
shrinkage

Climbing Mt. Everest Is Terrible for Your ’Nads

Here's some new research about what happens to testicles in high altitudes.
Mallory Locklear
4.21.17
paranoia

‘Cat-gras Syndrome’ Is When You Think Your Cat Is an Imposter

One man's “Cat-gras” delusion suggests our understanding of the underlying syndrome may be flawed.
Mallory Locklear
1.27.16
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