Scientists may have pinpointed a gene that is connected to promiscuity. Once a cheater, always a cheater. Am I right?
Researchers in Japan found out that women live longer than men due to sperm. How did they find this out? By breeding mice with genes from two females and no father to create immortal super mice, of course.
Quick, call your dad! Scientists are one step closer to finding a cure for baldness after identifying a gene that might cause hair loss. This is great news for all of us because, well, look around you. By the age of 60 two out of three men you see will be affected by it. Read More ›
First they created a flourescent cat, and now they’ve gone and made a fluorescent puppy! Ruby Puppy (Ruppy, for short) glows red when the lights are turned out. Supposedly her hue is due to a cloning method which might lead the way in helping to cure certain types of disease. It also would be great in case she ever gets lost: “Ruby Puppy is a beagle with brown spots, who glows red in the dark. Reward offered.” View Image ›
Scientists have discovered a gene in human males that regulates vasopressin and predicts whether they’ll be good at long-term relationships. Can we submit Don Draper to a DNA test to find out? Read More ›
Twins born to a mixed-race couple in Germany have two different skin colors. Doctors are calling it a rare combination of genes, but I just call it two cute babies. Their names are Ryan and Leo. View Image ›