World's first cloned arctic wolf is now 100 days old

Chinese researchers have created the world’s first cloned Arctic wolf — an achievement that could help save other species from extinction and ensure the biodiversity of our planet.

Scientists Use CRISPR to Genetically Engineer A Mouse

  • 12 Sep 2022

For the first time in the world, complete chromosomal rearrangement in mammals have been achieved, making a new breakthrough in synthetic biology.

A new houseplant that can clean your home's air

Researchers at the University of Washington, U.S. have genetically modified a common houseplant to remove chloroform and benzene from the air around it.

Life, but not as we know it

Unnatural DNA used to encode unnatural proteins, all in otherwise normal cells.

In a Major First, Scientists Edit DNA Within the Human Body

US scientists have edited the DNA inside of a patient’s body, in an attempt to cure a genetic disorder by permanently changing the human genome. The news represents a major landmark in science.

US First Free-Roaming Genetically Engineered Insects

A field trial will take place in New York area and will become the first wild release of an insect modified using genetic engineering in the US.

Harvard Biologists Just Demonstrated the Most Extensive Reengineering of a Genome Yet

Researchers at Harvard Medical School have "radically rewritten" the genome of bacteria E. coli.