"It can be utilized in the production of high-end clothing and even in the manufacturing of innovative ballistic vests," study author Junpeng Mi told Newsweek.
In a breakthrough case, pig kidneys that had been genetically modified to reduce the risk of rejection worked just like human kidneys.
The equivalent of $3.7 million is being spent to selectively breed sheep to burp and fart less of the greenhouse gas methane.
Jiankui's widely condemned 2018 research was a key event in the murky ethical minefield of genetic modification.
Zebrafish modified to glow in the dark have been found in Brazil's Atlantic Forest region.
Report highlights the dire need to control its feral cat population and protect native wildlife.
We might be able to avoid the $50 glass of O.J. after all.
But these breakthroughs are not going to come cheap.
Engineering a fungus with deadly venom could fight the mosquitoes carrying the lethal virus—and be safe for humans.
Abrahim Hassan shares DNA with his mother, an egg donor, and his father's sperm.
Some say the technique could eventually be used to create "designer babies."
The technique used, CRISPR, has also been applied to altering human embryo DNA.
Certain wasps insert their DNA into caterpillars in order to subjugate them—but in the process, have given them selective advantages.