chinese academy of sciences

China Uses DNA to Map Faces, With Help From the West

Beijing’s pursuit of control over a Muslim ethnic group pushes the rules of science and raises questions about consent.

China Uses DNA to Map Faces, With Help From the West

Beijing’s pursuit of control over a Muslim ethnic group pushes the rules of science and raises questions about consent.

China Uses DNA to Map Faces, With Help From the West

Beijing’s pursuit of control over a Muslim ethnic group pushes the rules of science and raises questions about consent.

China Uses DNA to Map Faces, With Help From the West

Beijing’s pursuit of control over a Muslim ethnic group pushes the rules of science and raises questions about consent.

China Uses DNA to Map Faces, With Help From the West

Beijing’s pursuit of control over a Muslim ethnic group pushes the rules of science and raises questions about consent.
Turtle embryos can choose whether to be male or female

Turtle embryos can choose whether to be male or female

How, when, and why animals develop as male or female is much more complex than we ever imagined.
How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

Dr. Matthew Porteus, a genetics researcher at Stanford, tried to talk a Chinese scientist out of implanting gene-edited embryos.
How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

Dr. Matthew Porteus, a genetics researcher at Stanford, tried to talk a Chinese scientist out of implanting gene-edited embryos.
How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

Dr. Matthew Porteus, a genetics researcher at Stanford, tried to talk a Chinese scientist out of implanting gene-edited embryos.
How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

Dr. Matthew Porteus, a genetics researcher at Stanford, tried to talk a Chinese scientist out of implanting gene-edited embryos.
How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

Dr. Matthew Porteus, a genetics researcher at Stanford, tried to talk a Chinese scientist out of implanting gene-edited embryos.
China’s in position to make history with the first-ever landing on the moon’s far side

China’s in position to make history with the first-ever landing on the moon’s far side

A little more than a decade ago, China began its lunar exploration by sending a spacecraft named after an ancient lunar goddess to the Moon.…
Healthy mice born from two genetic mothers using stem cells, gene editing

Healthy mice born from two genetic mothers using stem cells, gene editing

Healthy mice have been born from two genetics mothers and later went on to bear healthy offspring of their own, according to a recent paper published by researchers at the Chinese Academy of
Pandas aren’t worth saving—but their habitat is

Pandas aren’t worth saving—but their habitat is

The ground on which pandas are tumbling about in China does far more for the environment than the bears themselves. A study published today (June…

Humans should stop meddling with pandas and let them die

About 183,000 years ago, early humans shared the Earth with a lot of giant pandas. And not just the black-and-white, roly-poly creatures we know today,…
Chinese Academy of Sciences Cloned a Monkey & That’s Kinda Scary

Chinese Academy of Sciences Cloned a Monkey & That’s Kinda Scary

The Chinese Academy of Chinese Acadamy of Sciences has just cloned the first ever primates using the same method that...
Yes, They’ve Cloned Monkeys in China. That Doesn’t Mean You’re Next.

Yes, They’ve Cloned Monkeys in China. That Doesn’t Mean You’re Next.

Zhong Zhong, one of two cloned monkeys at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai. They are the first primates cloned by transferring DNA into fetal cells.
Yes, They’ve Cloned Monkeys in China. That Doesn’t Mean You’re Next.

Yes, They’ve Cloned Monkeys in China. That Doesn’t Mean You’re Next.

Zhong Zhong, one of two cloned monkeys at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai. They are the first primates cloned by transferring DNA into fetal cells.
Yes, They’ve Cloned Monkeys in China. That Doesn’t Mean You’re Next.

Yes, They’ve Cloned Monkeys in China. That Doesn’t Mean You’re Next.

Zhong Zhong, one of two cloned monkeys at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai. They are the first primates cloned by transferring DNA into fetal cells.
China Built the World’s Largest Telescope, But Has No One to Run It

China Built the World’s Largest Telescope, But Has No One to Run It

China has an absolutely cutting-edge radio telescope, but it may be looking for outside help to manage and run the entire facility. The post China Built the World’s Largest Telescope, But Has No One