The mosquito spreading Zika doesn’t belong in our environment. Soon we may be able to eradicate it with new technology.
Techniques that can soften or erase memories raise many ethical questions.
Portable diagnostic tools could offer a better outlook for TB patients.
Physicists have worked out how to measure the magnetic fields generated by single nerves from outside the body and at room temperature.
Eric Lander of the Broad Institute writes a history of a gene-editing technique that may be seen as partial to one side of a patent dispute.
A “patent interference” proceeding will determine who controls foundational patents on gene editing.
Efforts to breed two extinct species of Galapagos tortoise back into existence set a new bar for the use of genetics in conservation.
We need therapies to help those with Down syndrome reach their potential.
A viral image claiming to show what dolphin’s echolocation perceives is backed by suspect science.
A planned factory for cloning a million cows by 2020 is news enough on its own.