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Is it ok to eat GMO foods? Scientists say ‘yes.’
Human health-wise, they’re perfectly fine.
These tiny living robots could help science eavesdrop on cellular gossip
They’re designed by AI and made of frog cells.
These gene-edited tomatoes grow in cute little bouquets suited to urban farming
Soon we could have bushes of cucumbers and kiwis, too.
Designer plants could help you do your laundry
The tobacco plant could make cheap detergent instead of cigarettes.
CRISPR is now being used on humans in the U.S.
The gene editing trial has two patients so far.
We need to police gene editing. The World Health Organization agrees.
The Committee plans to examine the scientific, ethical, social, and legal implications.
These genetic ‘goggles’ could help us engineer wildly resilient crops
Making up for a lack of genetic diversity.
Scientists could engineer a spicy tomato. Is it worth it?
It's not just good news for lovers of salsa.
CRISPR has many promising applications—but the gene-edited twins represent something more troubling
Editing human embryos makes far more permanent changes than tweaks to adult DNA.
Scientists ‘went rogue’ and genetically engineered two human babies—or at least claimed to
Here's everything you need to know.