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Engineering HIV-resistant babies may have accidentally changed their brains
In genetics, one small tweak can have tons of unexpected results.
Your Farts Could Tell Your Doctor About Your Digestive Health
Finding out which microbes dealt it
Japanese Scientist May Have To Grow His Human Organs In American Pigs
Come to our fine nation, Dr. Nakauchi. We have excellent snack foods and you can grow all the human-pig organs you want. In some states, at least.
Baby Born From 20-Year-Old Frozen Embryo
A New York woman has set a new record
For Test-Tube Babies, Synthetic Environment Could Cause Lasting Genetic Damage
Thirty-two years after the birth of the world’s first test-tube baby, artificial conception has never been more popular or successful. … Continued
Dutch Scientists Grow First Pork Meat In Lab
A Dutch project that launched in 2005 has finally borne fruit: cells from a delicious pig have been cultured in … Continued