GM petunia massacre
Sellers on two continents are being forced to destroy genetically engineered flowers. (May 2017) [Image: F.D. Richards/Flickr]
Lab-grown chicken, beef, and duck products are edging toward the U.S. market. How will they be regulated? (May 2018)
To treat brain damage, researchers reprogram nonneuronal cells into neurons in mice. (Nov 2018) [Image: Bruno Pascal]
As deep neural networks achieve near-human performance, can they teach us about the brain? (Sep 2018) [Image: Luis F/Flickr]
As neuroscientists clamber for marmosets, a shortage looms. (Oct 2018) [Image: Leszek Leszczynski/Flickr]
Thought to speech?
Scientists have turned brain recordings into computer-generated speech. Here’s what it sounds like. (January 2018)
I play violin and sing in a D.C. band. Click here to stream or download songs from our second album, True Mirror.
Homeopathic remedies, sold largely over the counter, are classified as drugs that–for now–can be marketed without
Study of gay brothers may confirm X chromosome link to homosexuality
A genetic study of 409 pairs of brothers supports a controversial hypothesis.
U.S. senators advance biomedical innovation bills
Health committee struggles to pass a companion to the House’s mammoth 21st Century Cures bill.