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The suit claims Cruise Automation vehicle made an abrupt lane change and injured a man riding behind.
Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua, monkeys born ten days apart at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Neuroscience in Shanghai, are exact clones of each other.
The National Institutes of Health would stop processing grants, but astronauts in space would keep working.
Canada is among the few countries in the world where genetically engineering human embryos isn’t just illegal, doing so could land you behind bars.
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Scientists in Seattle have created three-dimensional computer reconstructions of living human brain cells by studying tissue that is usually discarded during surgery.