It's peak flu season, and almost 10 million people across the US have already been sickened by the virus.
Antibiotics are still massively overprescribed, a new study shows. With no new drugs in sight, some scientists are turning to Crispr for a reboot.
Geneology is about to send a lot more people to jail.
A major election, holiday travel, and violent clashes in the Democratic Republic of Congo are confounding all attempts to contain Ebola's spread.
A Dutch couple is traversing Antarctica in their Solar Voyager, which they 3-D printed from upcycled plastic and power with 10 solar panels.
Indigo Ag, known for its microbe-coated seeds, is acquiring geospatial data startup TellusLabs to use satellites to learn every last thing about its farmers’ fields.
The scientific community is at a loss over how, and whether, to publish the controversial gene-editing work of He Jiankui.
Even Crispr babies have a global supply chain.
Chinese researcher He Jiankui, who earlier claimed to have gene-edited twin baby girls, now says there's another pregnancy with a Crispr'd embryo.
He Jiankiu, a Chinese researcher who claims to have edited the DNA of twin babies, now born, also published ethics guidelines directly contradicting his work.