“We are incredibly excited about this first discovery on the road to realizing the goals of the Harnessing Plants Initiative,” the authors say.
This could end up saving many lives.
Nature has a way of pressuring creatures to adapt to their environments over generations.
Move away, Nature — come in, Life 2.0.
This could help us keep dangerous viruses at bay.
Modern genetics sheds new light on these ancient religious wars.
The redwood has the 2nd largest genome in the world.
You want Jurassic Park? Because this is how you get Jurassic Park.
The powerful CRISPR is set to revolutionize medicine.
Let’s just say that famous Habsburg jaw isn’t ruled out.
There are over 10,000 reptiles but scientists haven’t been able to use CRISPR on any of them — until now.
Synthetic life isn’t a paradox anymore.
The marriage of these two technologies can only mean something great is in store.
Researchers say that the study marks a “significant step toward bringing mammoths back from the dead.”
Thank you, Asia, you’re the real MVP.
In fact, it can produce some cannabinoids that are not naturally-occurring.
This group of fish is unique among all vertebrates.
It’s easier and more effective than other gene editing methods. What’s more, there’s no risk of transmitting altered genes to other species, such as weeds.
No time like mealtime.
“Tools like CATCH will help us and others detect outbreaks earlier and generate more data on pathogens that can be shared with the wider scientific and medical research communities,” the authors say.