The CRISPR patent battle will now be elevated to the US Court of Appeals as two major research institutions fight for control over the gene editing technique.
UC Berkeley engineers have answered the age-old question why a shoelace knot becomes untied.
A link between acne and genetics has been tackled by skin experts to explain why some people are more prone to breakouts than others. Apparently, genes can be a factor. But one's hygienic routines can play a major role.
DNA analysis from tooth plaque reveals insight into Neanderthals' behavior. Neanderthals when in pain, self-medicated by using plants.
McDonald's, Wendy's A&W and Tim Horton's scored almost 100 percent on their poultry. But Subway scored only 50 percent on their chicken sandwiches, half were mostly soy.
A recent study reveals that it is possible to grow an organ of one species inside the body of another species and use the organ for transplant to cure a disease.
A new DNA test may help detect cervical cancer and may replace pap smear testing.
Scientists have developed a DNA test that can determine whether a fetus may develop genetic conditions that can cause major medical problems in the future.
Losing one’s virginity is traditionally believed to be something brought up as a matter of choice. Normally such would be lost due to serious relationships though there could be some who would give it up for the reason of experiencing sexual intercourse.
UK’s Fertility Treatment Regulator allows DNA editing technique setting the stage for a future where genetically modified (GM) babies may become common.
Experiments by the U.K. fertility regulator will be conducted after fertilization of human embryos.
The test based on gene profiles can help restrict antibiotic resistance.
Don't be reluctant to have more kids if you want to slow down the ageing process. A new study recently pointed out that number of children that a woman bears also affects the rate at which her body ages
Non-invasive genetic sampling, which can be of great use, harnesses spider webs.
DNA sequencing firm, Illumina Inc., creates a spin-off company, GRAIL, to develop of what might be the world’s first accessible and universal blood tests to detect early signs of cancer.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.