In the latest in Glioblastoma cancer, scientists use genetically modified Salmonella bacteria to kill brain tumors.
A team of scientists found a way to turn off modifications done by the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing system.
The World Health Organization has recently announced its support for experiments for genetically modified mosquitoes to fight off Zika surge.
Scientists found a chemical that was able to remove the amyloid plaques that were associated with Alzheimer's disease in mice.
A team of researchers at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, have developed a new way of producing yeast hybrids in their labs
Brazilian researchers have released genetically modified mosquitoes to fight dengue fever.
Researchers mutated mosquitoes by removing the gene, orco, which left the mosquitoes with no sense of smell.
Researchers announced that they have successfully created a kidney using a scaffold that can produce urine in rats when implanted.
Whole Foods company announced that it will label all genetically modified foods in 339 stores by 2018.
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