GENETICS

Have 12 Friends? You Probably Know Someone With a Rare Disease

More than that, defining an illness as rare might mean a cure is easier to find.

CRISPR 2.0: The Scientist With Your Genetic Life in His Hands

Using new gene-editing technology, David Liu is on his way to treating, and possibly eradicating, thousands of diseases.

No War Allowed Until You're at Least 25

Research suggests that we are sending many of our young people into war zones before their brains are ready to handle it.

Gene Editing Fights for Survival in Europe

European scientists are struggling to defend gene-edited food as distinct from genetically modified crops.

OZY TV

Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Fancy a Good Death? Tune in to OZY's New Podcast

In the future, humans will easily live to 150 and die with less fear thanks to psychedelics.

Will Robots and Digi-Tattoos Replace Doctors? This Is OZY's New Podcast

As artificial intelligence gets better at diagnosing and treating our medical needs, what will become of doctors and nurses? .

Special Briefing: Are 'Rogue' Gene Editors Scientific Pioneers or a Threat to Humanity?

Scientific regulations are barely catching up with gene-editing technology.

Meet the Chinese Researcher Behind the 'World's First Designer Babies'

Breaking from scientific and ethical norms, He Jiankui claims to have created the first-ever genetically edited babies.

Wonder How You'll Do in College? Look at Your Genes

While environmental factors like family background play a huge part in secondary school choices, actual performance is up to you.

She's Driving Genetic Sequencing Fresh From the Womb

Joyce Tung is leading the charge for truly personalized medicine.

OZY PODCAST

The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Could This Sideburn-Sporting Scientist Crack the Autism Gene Puzzle?

Using stem cells, Brian O’Roak is figuring out how genetic mutations affect brain development — and how we might treat the disorder.

Caster Semenya and the Trouble With Testosterone

How did the track in track and field become a battlefield for figuring out what precisely are the parameters of “natural”?.

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