Say hello to artificial bacterium syn-3, now with "swimming" powers thanks to genetic tinkering.
Genetically-engineered gut bacteria and other treatments mediated how cocaine-injected mice responded to the drug.
Sometimes, what’s taboo and controversial is exactly what can save human lives.
For anyone not white, cis, or male, it’s obvious where all this is going.
For the last 20 million years, the species of yeast used to brew beer has had 16 chromosomes. Now scientists have created a new species with just one.
Taxpayers have invested $8.2 million in the development of a rapid-growth salmon that first hit shelves last year.
Hortense Dodo has pioneered a process for engineering safer peanuts that can prevent deadly reactions.
The latest release from Oats Studios stars Dakota Fanning and takes place in a gritty, dangerous futuristic mining outpost.
“We’re pro-science and we’re anti-fringe,” says ‘Food Evolution’ director Scott Hamilton Kennedy—but his critics are calling him a corporate shill.