The Neanderthal medicine cabinet was stocked with pain-killers and antibiotics.
Researchers at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia say that by decoding the seed’s genome sequence, its DNA can be altered to significantly enhance yield.
A new analysis of seahorse DNA could reveal how it became one of the strangest beasts in the animal kingdom.
This could bring us one step closer to figuring out exactly how to stop Zika.
For a few hundred dollars, anyone can start doing genetic editing in the comfort of their own home.
Scientists sequenced the giraffe genome for the first time ever.
Canada’s privacy watchdog is at odds with the industry.
Over a decade later, Genome Island continues to prove that online educations don’t have to be boring.
The tardigrade or "water bear" genome has a huge amount of foreign DNA.
Genome sequencing is helping scientists track deadly outbreaks.