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Y chromosome loss through aging can lead to an increased risk...

Kenneth Walsh, University of Virginia The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

‘Jurassic World’ scientists still haven’t learned that just because you can...

Andrew Maynard, Arizona State University “Jurassic World: Dominion” is hyperbolic Hollywood entertainment at its best, with an action-packed storyline...

Genetic GPS system of animal development explains why limbs grow from...

Ethan Bier, University of California San Diego Why do human look like humans, rather than like chimps? Although we...

Lab–grown embryos and human–monkey hybrids: Medical marvels or ethical missteps?

Sahotra Sarkar, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts In Aldous Huxley’s 1932 novel “Brave New...

We discovered a missing gene fragment that’s shedding new light on...

Peter Koopman, The University of Queensland It’s one of the most important genes in biology: “Sry”, the gene that makes males male. Development of the...

CRISPR can help combat the troubling immune response against gene therapy

Samira Kiani, University of Pittsburgh One of the major challenges facing gene therapy - a way to treat disease by replacing a patient’s defective genes...

Rogue science strikes again: The case of the first gene-edited babies

G. Owen Schaefer, National University of Singapore The idea of scientists tinkering with the genes of babies was once the provenance of science fiction, but...

Genetically modified mosquitoes may be best weapon for curbing disease transmission

Jason Rasgon, Pennsylvania State University Mosquitoes are some of the most deadly creatures on the planet. They carry viruses, bacteria and parasites, which they transmit...

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Why are Sinclair’s scripted news segments such a big deal?

Amanda Lotz, University of Michigan On March 31, Deadspin produced a video showing a chorus of local news anchors delivering the exact same scripted speech...