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Brazilian farmers owe Monsanto $7.7 billion, court rules
The latest lawsuit shows just how complex—and onerous—Monsanto’s patent rights are.
The gene mutation that protects against HIV could also shorten lives
Genetics is never so simple.
We need to police gene editing. The World Health Organization agrees.
The Committee plans to examine the scientific, ethical, social, and legal implications.
Engineering HIV-resistant babies may have accidentally changed their brains
In genetics, one small tweak can have tons of unexpected results.
New trials show cancer immunotherapy can be incredibly effective—and incredibly dangerous
CAR T continues to show promise for otherwise incurable cancers.
Genetically Modified Maggots Could Speed Up Wound Healing
Possible side effect: Loss of appetite
These Mosquitoes Are Designed To Self-Destruct
So long pesky insects, and take your pathogens with you
Scientists Use A Virus To Reconstruct The Heart’s Own Pacemaker
Doctors used a virus to give guinea pigs a gene that re-started their hearts rhythm section.
USDA Won’t Regulate Genetically Modified Grass, Sparking Superweed Worries
Gene gun use circumvents USDA oversight
Malaysia Releases 6,000 Genetically Modified Mosquitoes into the Wild
Over the protests of environmental groups and NGOs, Malaysia has released 6,000 genetically modified mosquitoes into the wild, hoping to … Continued