From gene expression to protein design, large language models are creating a suite of powerful genomic tools.
Tardigrades can completely dehydrate and later rehydrate themselves, a survival trick that scientists are harnessing to preserve medicines in hot temperatures.
The first-of-its-kind approval could change how we think about gene-edited foods.
The discovery has enormous implications for the development of novel anti-anxiety medications.
When someone attempts to make you afraid of something that hasn't happened instead of a true, present danger, suspect this nefarious ploy.
"It can truly allow you to see the physical world in ways that were not possible before."
What if we could harvest energy from human heat, sweat, or vibrations?
An innovation's value is found between the technophile’s promises and the Luddite’s doomsday scenarios.
The soft robotic models are patient-specific and could help clinicians zero in on the best implant for an individual.
The body uses its own electricity to repair wounds. Faster healing may be possible with additional electrical stimulation.
Disease kills off 40% of farmed catfish. This gene protects them.
Once activated, the CRISPR-Cas12a2 system goes on a rampage, chopping up DNA and RNA indiscriminately, causing cell death.
Researchers have been developing a promising model that can more closely mimic the human body – organ-on-a-chip.
The vaccine provided protection for mouse and ferret models.
No coat required.
More work is needed before declaring the technique a fountain of youth.
Chronotherapeutic drug delivery aims to maximize treatment effectiveness and minimize side effects.
The new documentary “Make People Better” leans toward a different narrative about gene-editing than we've heard before.
What if you could just grow your own blood?
It will be able to produce 22 million pounds of cultivated meat annually.
Merely 256 genetically engineered mice could make an island's pest population go extinct.