Genetically modified children could be acceptable in narrow circumstances, according to National Academy of Sciences.
Evolution-warping technology applied to mice is a step toward “synthetic” species conservation.
Harvard Medical School is testing a new design of a brain implant meant to restore vision to the blind.
Despite a plethora of birth control options for women, men have typically had far fewer choices available to them.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
President Trump’s pick to lead the country’s drug regulatory agency could usher in major reforms.
The FDA wants to regulate animals altered using the gene-editing technique CRISPR.
A brain-computer interface records “yes” and “no” answers in patients who lack any voluntary muscle movement.
Effort to grow organs stirs debate over ethics of human-animal chimeras.
Researchers claim that additive manufacturing can now produce functional skin, and the first internal organs may be ready within six years.