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Gene-editing could bring back mammoths. Can it save our planet?

April 15, 2022

THE REWILDING MOVEMENT is full of people attempting to resolve the climate and extinction crises by planting a bunch of […]

Woolly mammoth revival project raises another $60 million

March 29, 2022

Colossal Biosciences, which launched in September with $15 million in seed funding, has raised another $60 million for its plan, with Paris […]

Company that Wants to Bring Back the Woolly Mammoth Raises $75 Million, Is Now Valued At $400 Million

March 11, 2022

Few startups have an elevator pitch like: We’re resurrecting the Woolly Mammoth to save the planet. If it sounds more […]

Woolly Mammoth Revival Raises $75 Million from VC Firms, Paris Hilton

A Dallas company trying to use ancient genetic material to create modern-day versions of woolly mammoths — a quest aimed […]

How Colossal is using genetic engineering to bring back the woolly mammoth

March 9, 2022

As data management platforms go, the one developed by Colossal Biosciences stands in its own large petri dish as both innovative and […]

UFO Hunter and Harvard Geneticist Announce $15 Million Effort

October 14, 2021

A famous Harvard geneticist and a startup founder most famous for planning to launch satellites to search for UFOs in […]

CRISPR startup wants to create woolly mammoth hybrids by 2027

October 13, 2021

You’ve heard of startups building computer chips, delivery drones and social networks. One called Colossal has a very different goal: bringing […]

This startup really is trying to create living woolly mammoths from DNA

October 10, 2021

You’ve never seen a woolly mammoth because they went extinct about 10,000 years ago. But what if we could “de-extinct” […]

What Is Disruptive Conservation?

October 6, 2021

Species and ecosystems are being lost due to human causation. Reversing the degradation of ecosystems is possible through disruptive conservation. […]

The planet-saving plan to bring the woolly mammoth back from the dead

October 3, 2021

The fifth floor of George Church’s laboratory at Harvard Medical School is off limits to visitors. “That’s where the mammoths […]

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