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An ‘extinct’ Australian mouse has been thriving on a remote protected island
The Gould mouse may live on, but the loss of other mammal species bodes poorly for overall ecosystem health.
What a 5,000-year-old plague victim reveals about the Black Death’s origins
It turns out the bubonic plague wasn't nearly as contagious—or gruesome—in the Neolithic era.
Humans have partnered with sled dogs for 9,500 years
Huskies and malamutes have ancient cousins dating back to the Pleistocene, new research shows.
This ancient society passed power down from woman to woman
The evidence lies in a Chaco Canyon crypt
Who Is The Master Of Your Microbial Domain?
Your microbiome may not be pulling all the strings
Software To Predict Exactly What Happens When You Edit A Gene
Sifting through the tangled genetic web of precision medicine
To Get Rid Of Mitochondrial Diseases, Just Edit Them Out Of DNA
A possible alternative to controversial three-parent babies
For The First Time, Researchers Edit The Genes Of Human Embryos
Rumors that this research was underway turn out to be true
Researchers Find The Gene That Makes Us 3D
DNA that helps you stand up to gravity
Stop Editing Human Embryos For Now, Say Geneticists
There are some ethical issues to work out first