Scientists Just Made Human Egg Cells from Human Blood for the First Time
It’s the first step toward being able to mass produce human eggs using other people’s body tissues or blood.
Scientists Just Broke the Technical Barrier to Cloning Primates, Including Humans
Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences used the same cloning method used to create Dolly the sheep to clone two long-tailed macaques for the first time.
Nobel Winner Kazuo Ishiguro's ‘Never Let Me Go’ Predicted the Gene Editing Debate
On Thursday, Ishiguro won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Who You Got? 25 Clayton Kershaws or 25 Mike Trouts?
We asked pro scouts who they would take: a team made up of Kershaw clones or a team made up of Trout clones?
Twenty Years After Dolly the Sheep, We're No Closer to Cloning Humans
The first cloned mammal created a hysteria about the future of cloning. Two decades later, how much has changed?
Zebrafish Are Hopelessly Obsessed with Robotic Clones of Themselves
3D robotic replicas make it easier to study zebrafish, which make it easier to study human psychological disorders.
What happens when AI clones of our loved ones inevitably meet the source material?
Dolly the Sheep Clones Are Ageing Just Fine
20 years after Dolly, researchers say cloned sheep are ageing healthily.
Gucci Mane Wants to Be Father of the Year with "All My Children"
You have to wonder if Gucci watches 'Orphan Black'?
Noisey Canada Staff
From Fuckbook to Booble, Porn Knockoffs of Startups Are the Wikipedia of Failing
A brief tour of some of the best, worst, and weirdest XXX knockoffs, and what’s become of them.
China Is Building a Giant Animal-Cloning Factory to Feed the Masses
While the rest of the world sorts out its feelings about the safety and ethics of cloning animals for food production, China is charging ahead and building the world’s largest animal cloning factory, set to begin operations in 2016.
'Clone Zone' Is an Easy Tool for Building Fake Websites
A new tool just made every website on the internet instantly and totally customizable. Now what?
Claire L. Evans