Tweak reduces chance of a mutation escaping into the wild, and can help to undo a mutation after it has spread.
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Male ruffs look and behave differently around females, depending on their version of a 125-gene stretch of DNA.
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Evidence that increasing temperatures harm productivity raises questions about the effects of warming on economic growth.
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European and UN bodies reach very different conclusions about safety of ubiquitous herbicide glyphosate.
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Jet affords observations of WT1190F as object plummets through Earth's atmosphere.
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Catch up with glaciologist Matt Siegfried as he answers your questions about what it's like working in one of the most remote places on Earth, the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica.
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XENON1T could make history — or spell the end for 'supersymmetric' dark matter.
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Hydrogen isotopes suggest that some water was present when the planet formed.
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Scientists will use wonky orbit to test Einstein’s theories.
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Dog study provides potential pathway to new treatments for the disease.
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Lab-made coronavirus related to SARS can infect human cells.
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The continued existence of large stockpiles of legal raw ivory in the country is hampering China’s promises to save the elephant, says Li Zhang.
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Canadian scientists unmuzzled; Manhattan project national park; Google heart-disease boost.
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A flat budget is one of several possible outcomes that worry researchers.
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Social media is shaking up how scientists talk about gender issues.
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Chemical traces of honeybee products discovered on Neolithic pottery from Europe to the Middle East.
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Gene-editing technologies have breathed life into the languishing field of xenotransplantation.
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Company matches American Heart Association for a $50-million grant to a single coronary-artery-disease project.
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