But the validity of the claim is up for debate.
New discoveries bring greater precision to gene editing.
Some of the world's best geneticists say they need more proof before we welcome our designer baby future.
The Pink Chicken Project wants to use CRISPR to alter all chickens’ DNA in order to send a message about the health of our environment.
The local community voted against the experiment, but the government has decided to move forward somewhere else.
The solution? Just get plant life to more efficiently photosynthesize.
Controversial gene editing techniques aren't the only option.
We’re desperate for a solution. What are our options?
Hint: no one knows for sure what the consequences would be.
So much emphasis has been placed on human genome editing that other types of genetic editing are falling through the cracks.
Pulsing light on genetically modified neurons revealed a link between specific brain cells and compulsive behaviour.
Researchers are trying to make a new potato that would require fewer pesticides and make healthier crisps.