Around two decades since scientists made history by sequencing the human genome, it has now been mapped fully in what has been described as an "incredible" achievement.
Tasmanian tigers went extinct in 1936 but scientists in Australia believe they can resurrect the species using gene editing technology.
Researchers examined the evolutionary history of two of the most deadly venomous snakes in Australia—eastern brown snakes and tiger snakes
The genetic study involved over 100,000 people.
Researchers say they have been able to extract a complete ancient human genome from something other than a human bone for the very first time.
"The main joy of being a biologist is that we are continually surprised and this paper certainly did that," an expert told Newsweek.
Scientists have put together the most "comprehensive catalog" of the Aedes aegypti mosquito's DNA.
Research has revealed fascinating new details about the ancient history of the Americas.
Genetic research has nearly excluded an entire continent. A massive effort to remedy that could change the future of cancer treatment—and of science.
The device has closed 12 gaps in the known human genome.
The world now has its second ever high-quality Neanderthal genome.
There are virtually no regulations for CRISPR technology.
The Autism Sisters Project seeks to understand why boys are four times more likely to develop autism than girls.
Several mutations in the most aggressive form of the disease may respond to drugs used for other cancer types.
Which discoveries changed the game in 2014?
Two studies shed light on how rare genetic mutations can lead to developing the disorder.