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Britain's fertility regulator has approved a scientist's application to edit the human genetic code in human embroys.
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Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for the study of Human History in Germany have taken an important step forward in our understanding of the plague that ravaged Europe hundr...
Mathematicians at the University of Central Missouri have discovered a record-setting prime number that's so large it would take about 6,000 pages of paper to print.
The longest prime number ever found has been discovered by a computer in Missouri, and it's a doozy: 274,207,281–1 has 22,338,618 digits, the Guardian reports.
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