Dr. Carrie Madej spoke at the Capitol riots Wednesday and called the COVID vaccine a "witches' brew."
Twins have been acquitted of everything from dangerous driving to a Hollywood-style heist, and they continue to cause havoc in courtrooms.
Blackstone, which says it will not have access to people's data, acquired the genealogy and home DNA testing company from a group of other investment firms.
Scientists are envisioning a future of flowers that glow like alien flora, and just took a big step forward with the brightest glowing plants ever genetically engineered.
The trial, which seeks to restore vision in people with a genetic mutation, marks the first time that DNA-editing viruses have been injected directly into a live person.
“They’re incredibly cute little animals and are really more like a gecko walking around than a shark.”
Scientists have developed a way to encode complex information, like a Bitcoin wallet password or medical information, in 3D printed everyday objects using the building blocks of life.
In 2017, CBC tests found that Subway's oven roasted chicken contained just 53.6% chicken DNA, and its chicken strips just 42.8%.
It's increasingly complicated to untangle the potential for public health advances from a moralistic marketing scheme.
Lithoredo abatanica, a very weird shipworm found in a river in the Philippines, represents both a new species and genus.
Polygenic scores were nearly five times less accurate for people of African descent than people of European descent, a new study has found.
The popular platform Family Tree DNA is piggybacking forensics' use of genealogy databases to sell its product.