Scientists from Harvard discover a way to feed 100 bytes of data into the genetic code of bacteria.
A new report has found that GM crops pose no credible health threat or threat to the environment.
Even with regulation standards, some GMOs make it to market without approval. And that's on the rise.
The limitations of current gene editing tech may be overcome.
Welcome to the age of living technology.
You can alter the source code of life from the comfort of your own home. Here's how.
But the rest of the world might not be ready yet.
A new technique cleans the genomes of HIV-infected patients of the virus, pointing a way to a possible cure for this and other retroviral diseases.
A new device has been developed by MIT researchers to speed up the process of genetic engineering, which could allow us to edit the "source code of life" as never before.
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