Biotechnology

The anti-GMO news and campaign across the globe make me wonder whether improved crop varieties would ever reach small stakeholder farmers like my mother.
The biotech company Holmes started was once worth $9 billion.
"The technical barrier is now broken," a member of the team that cloned the primates said.
If it sounds sketchy as hell, that’s because it is. But one silicon valley company reckons it’s found the secret to staying young: injecting the blood of children and young adults. But does it work?
The FDA said the procedure that led to the first "three-parent embryo," violates the regulator's restrictions on genetic engineering. The clampdown could have widespread implications for other advancements in the controversial field of human genetic modification.
The FDA has cracked down on the doctor who created the first three-parent embryo, which could have widespread implications for other advancements in the controversial field of human genetic modification.
Results of the peer-reviewed study are expected to be published soon in a scientific journal.
A new design imagines an in-home device that would simulate a human womb.
"This project not only changes the way the world works, but it changes the way we work in the world."
While I’m proud to call him a friend today, I wasn’t sure how things were going to go when I first met him.
If creativity truly is the key to innovation, scientists must look to the arts for their answers.
Rees explores the opportunities and risks that cutting-edge science presents.
A few weeks ago when the internets exploded with news of a March for Science in DC, I wrote that I would not be joining. My