"The selection of an athlete today is largely based on a coach or coaches' experience…even the best coach makes [a] mistake," a government researcher said.
The poll was conducted to better understand public opinion about gene-editing technology.
Genetic research has nearly excluded an entire continent. A massive effort to remedy that could change the future of cancer treatment—and of science.
A mysterious animal killed last month is identified as a gray wolf from the northern Rocky Mountains.
Iwao Hakamada was sentenced to death for murdering a family of four in 1966.
Researchers looked into genetic data on over 300,000 people ages 16 to 102 to learn which genes are linked to intelligence.
In 1993, Newsweek examined what looked like a dinosaur phenomenon the likes of which hadn't been seen since the first fossils were discovered: "Jurassic Park" and its sparking of a discussion about cloning.
As a monster movie, it's unimpeachable, but as far as the science-minded are concerned, "Jurassic Park" has some dino-sized issues.
Cataloguing the genetic data of 1.5 million known species will take 10 years, cost approximately $4.7 billion and require the cooperation of scientists, governments and students from around the world.
Modern technology is helping to finally identify fallen sailors from World War II.
The secret to roaches' strength lies in their DNA.
There may be a biological association between father's age and offspring's lifespan.
Neanderthals aren't the only ancient people that have left traces in our modern DNA.
A genetic technique could uncover potential new treatments for diseases by studying the animal kingdom.
The data for this study was actually collected nearly 20 years ago as part of a regular federal survey.