American geneticists take a stand against the misuse of their science by racists.
How psilocybin evolved has more to do with sending insects on terrifying trips than it does making Phish sound good.
Follow your nose all the way home.
A new study shows how interbreeding of modern humans and Neanderthals boosted our genomes.
Scientists at Stanford Medicine recently observed that some mice recovered from strokes better than others, leading them to wonder whether or not they could find evidence that specific genes played […]
It's not yet clear why this is happening, but there are plenty of suspects
Scientists can now virtually reconstruction certain long-dead individuals, without the need for DNA samples from physical remains.
This could lead to new pain relievers that mute the sensation without increasing the risk of addiction.
Here's the first evidence to challenge the "fastest sperm" narrative.
They proved how the biological mechanism works inside our cells.
Funnily enough, some humans carry one of the very same genes.
Scientists film a closeup of DNA replication for the first time, leading to unexpected observations.
Has CRISPR co-creator Jennifer Doudna invented the Pandora's Box of genetic engineering, or can CRISPR be used for the forces of good?
The psychopath gene can be expressed in one of two ways. Here's what stopped James Fallon's psychopathy from becoming destructive.
Research suggests that a religious edict from the Catholic Church shaped the evolution of the modern chicken.
A cataclysmic event in our past may have led to this situation.
A groundbreaking study from a Harvard University team suggests that monogamy may be genetically programmed within some mammals.
Knowing the details of genetic variance may help improve personalized medicine.
Why are we the way that we are - is it nature or nurture? This week, Bill Nye answers a question from Evan, who is having a science argument with his mom.
No pep talks here, just a prediction by innovation expert Alec Ross that gene code and precision medicine is set revolutionize life the same way that computer code has.