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Is it ok to eat GMO foods? Scientists say ‘yes.’
Human health-wise, they’re perfectly fine.
This CRISPR startup thinks that mammoths can save the Arctic. Is it right?
A new company co-founded by gene-editing pioneer George Church wants to disrupt climate change and conservation by resurrecting the woolly mammoth.
CRISPR breaks ground as a one-shot treatment for a rare disease
CRISPR reached a big milestone this year by treating a disease inside the body—here's what's next for the technology.
Two women just won the Nobel Prize for their work on the gene-editing technique CRISPR
The technology can alter human, plant, and microbial DNA with relative ease and extreme precision.
Gene-edited cows could make meat more sustainable. But would people eat it?
Between health concerns and regulatory red tape, it's going to be a while before buyers see modified beef at the store.
What if you could design the perfect child?
A science-fiction take on the future of CRISPR and embro editing.
These gene-edited tomatoes grow in cute little bouquets suited to urban farming
Soon we could have bushes of cucumbers and kiwis, too.
Six futuristic body hacks that exist right now
And what they might do next.
Researchers used CRISPR to give ‘monarch flies’ superpowers—here’s why
They could help explain an iconic butterfly’s evolution.
Doctors altered a person’s genes with CRISPR for the first time in the U.S. Here’s what could be next.
A woman with sickle cell anemia had her genes edited to make normal functioning red blood cells.