The “three-parent-baby” gene treatment has been tested successfully and is safe enough to conduct human trials.
Authorities and animal welfare groups fear that the experiment may cause abnormality such as a hybrid of both species and creation of organ farms.
A new FDA-approved study reveals that liquid biopsy can be used to as a non-invasive alternative to tumor biopsy in guiding treatment decisions for advanced solid tumors
The remains recovered from the EgyptAir Flight 804 were torn into pieces making the identification process near impossible. Forensic experts are now taking DNA samples from the passengers and their relatives to help identify the remains.
Scientists have finally tracked the global spread of the contagious cancer that is transmitted between mating dogs based on DNA.
Secret meeting of nearly 150 scientists, entrepreneurs and lawyers in Harvard to discuss the possibility of synthesizing the entire human genome garnered some negative feedbacks outlining the ethical issues of constructing human genomes.
A molecular analysis of 258 hamburgers reveals that 13.6 of the samples have noticeable quality flaws such as contamination and missing ingredient.
A team of highly regarded anthropologists, art historians, genealogists, microbiologists, and other experts is set to reconstruct Leonardo da Vinci's face and determine his lifestyle using authoritative research and modern detective technologies, including DNA science.
Scientists from Northwestern University in Chicago confirm there's a spark of light when sperm meets an egg.
Do you always find your hard drive storage insufficient for all the gigabytes of digital files you own? Well, this might be a strange solution, but scientists recently developed a storage that can hold 700 terabytes of files in--wait for it--a small speck of an artificial DNA.
Researchers recently took a second look at the genome of gorillas to acquire fresh insight on their similarities and differences with us.
Animal shelter staff often misidentify dogs as pit bulls, solely based on appearance. As a result, they are less likely to be adopted.
Queen bees and ants emit a chemical that alters their offspring's DNA at birth. This keeps "princesses" sterile and working busily for the colony.
If you're the only one in the household without a stomach bug, feel lucky and a little guilty.It may come down to your genes, says a new study.