Military leaders worry that gene drives could be weaponized and say they are spending millions to counteract the potential threat.
Cloning didn’t cause the famous sheep to age prematurely.
‘We no longer have to live with the genetics we had when we were born... even somebody who is uninformed or less informed could effectively create a CRISPR targeting system to a gene with really little effort or knowledge’
Using sensors the car can conduct its own health check to detect any damages and self-repair itself by filling the crack with nanotubes to prevent it spreading.
Nano-technology company Dotz Nano (ASX: DTZ) has received its first major sales order for its graphene quantum dots worth A$135,000.
A supercomputer surpasses the proposed limit of using conventional machines to simulate quantum computers
By evolving an entirely new gene editing enzyme, biologists have created a highly precise tool for changing the code of DNA that should also be safer too
It could one day be used to treat a range of inherited diseases.
On Aug. 17, scientists were treated to detections confirming the first measurement of a neutron star merger and its explosive aftermath.
A group of teenaged students from Cambridge, Ont., is hunting for new subatomic particles at the home of the world's largest atom smasher this week. They hope to turn up what particle physics PhDs have been unable find after decades of searching.
China might not have the lead in research but its application of secure networks is leading the way.
The goal of new 'nano-warming' technology is to make more organs and tissue available for transplant.
Scientists Fix Genetic Risk Factor for Alzheimer’s Disease in Human Brain Cells
Machine learning offers new way of designing chiral crystals
Knitting electronics with yarn batteries
Artificial Intelligence Techniques Reconstruct Mysteries of Quantum Systems
Scope of nanotechnology widens in 2018
A salamander with a genome 10 times the size of ours regrows lost limbs
Advances in Quantum and Neuromorphic Computing Research
12-year-old wins $25,000 for an invention that helps detect lead in water
Scientists a step closer to mimicking way human body creates sperm