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To better understand the molecules described by the latest prize in medicine, we will need the technique recognized by the latest prize in chemistry.
Two new papers urge caution in using powerful genome-editing technology against invasive species: Models show that aggressive gene drives can’t be contained in the wild.
The oldest law of genetics says that gametes combine randomly, but experiments hint that sometimes eggs select sperm actively for their genetic assets.
In applying game theory to biology and human behavior, have scientists focused too much on competition over cooperation?
Which mattered first at the dawn of life: proteins or nucleic acids? Proteins may have had the edge if a theorized process let them grow long enough to become self-replicating catalysts.