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.
Editors in Los Angeles reported being unable to reboot their computers on Monday evening, an issue that software maker Avid says it's looking into.
Daenerys no longer has her comfort beverage, are you all happy?
But that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t make people angry.
We speak to Maan Abu Taleb about the challenges of running the world's premier Arabic-language online music magazine
Japanese artist Yuichi Ikehata ponders the disintegration of memory in her incredibly realistic photographs.
Mariya Novakova’s dark and gorgeous photographs of unpeopled streets are abuzz with color.
Filmmaker Alex Soloviev's love letter to Genoa is almost better than visiting in real life.
Adobe promises never to abuse it as they use to abuse their host.
Trump was lying about his finances well before the election.
This stimulating and dramatic short about the survivalist nature of the animal world is a transporting watch.
Photographer Weronika Gęsicka's work focuses on the deceptive way what we think we remember is often some melding of fact and fiction.