Randal Kirk, Intrexon CEO chairman & CEO, discusses the biotech company's advances in genetic engineering.
Researchers used brain scans and an algorithm to improve early diagnosis of autism among several high-risk children.
The planets were discovered based on observations, which were taken over 20 years by U.S. astronomers, USA Today reports.
The panel rejects altering babies' DNA to make them 'stronger or more beautiful,' NBC News reports.
Feike Sijbesma, CEO of DSM, discusses his company's fourth-quarter earnings, and remains positive for 2017, despite "uncertain macroeconomic circumstances."
For the first time, solar power installations formed the largest group of electricity generating capacity of any energy source.
Nadav Kidron, CEO of Oramed Pharmaceuticals, talks about the company's latest offering and the issue of drug pricing.
Dava Newman, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, talks about the public-private partnership in space exploration.
Tesla's current share price reflects a nearly 100-point jump from early December, when the stock was trading around $181 per share.
NASA scientist Sidd Bikkannavar was detained by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol when returning from a trip to Chile, The Verge reports.
A team of scientists have discovered in a groundbreaking study that how you feel may be linked to your genetic makeup.
Neurala is a software company looking to bring the AI phenomenon to consumer devices and influence how they operate in real time.
The FDA has become the definitive example of a presidential transition gone awry, Vox reports.
The U.K. government has set its sights high with a new £10 million ($12.5 million) investment in commercial spaceflight.
Under a new carbon tax plan proposed by conservatives, a family of four would receive $2,000 in the first year from taxes on fossil fuels.
The scientific community has long been wary of politics, but that’s changing, Vox reports.
A new Motor Trend test shows Tesla's top Model S is even faster than Elon Musk thought it would be after a recent update.
Here's what medical case studies say about consuming large amounts of sugar-free gum, Vox reports.
Derek Thompson, "Hit Makers" author, discusses the science behind why some products are smash hits, while others fall flat.
Researchers have found carnivorous plant species on different continents became meat eaters independently.