Scientists Have Transplanted Mammoth DNA Into Elephant Cells

For the first time in over 3,000 years, the functional components of wooly mammoth DNA have been brought to life (albeit in a petri dish). The achievement represents an important step towards potential efforts to bring the extinct species back. » 3/23/15 12:20pm 3/23/15 12:20pm

9 Unexpected Outcomes Of Human Cloning

Human cloning is currently illegal in virtually all parts of the world, but that doesn't mean it will stay that way. Here are some surprising things we can expect once we're finally allowed to make genetic duplicates of ourselves. » 7/17/14 9:17am 7/17/14 9:17am

Holy Crap, Orphan Black's Season Finale Changes Everything

Orphan Black promised to open up a new chapter in the cloning conspiracy—and boy, did it pay off on that promise. We're more excited than ever to see what's ahead for Clone Club, and a brand-new faction in the Orphan Black world. » 6/22/14 1:00pm 6/22/14 1:00pm

All Of The Antagonists On Orphan Black Are Baby Crazy

Uh-oh, Rachel is laughing maniacally. That can't be a good sign for Clone Club on this week's episode. It's probably not a good sign for her, either. » 6/15/14 12:00pm 6/15/14 12:00pm

Okay, Now Orphan Black Is Just Showing Off

We get it: Tatiana Maslany can play any character she wants to play. But the truly exciting things are going down are going down at the Hendrix household, where proper housekeeping just became a matter of life and death. » 6/08/14 12:00pm 6/08/14 12:00pm

Last Night's Orphan Black Made Us Actually Cheer For Donnie

Somehow Donnie, Alison's hapless, terrible husband, was the star of last night's Orphan Black. Yes, he's still a moron and a sneak, but now we know that Donnie also has a heart—one that makes him do all the deliciously wrong things. » 6/01/14 12:00pm 6/01/14 12:00pm

Has Orphan Black Revealed This Season's True Villain?

Orphan Black went on a road trip this week and it got drunk, flirted with a cute guy, and threw a few punches. It also revealed a very dark secret about one of our familiar characters. Is this our villain? Or is there something even worse behind this revelation? » 5/25/14 7:00am 5/25/14 7:00am

Watch The Film Godzilla Director Gareth Edwards Made In Just 48 Hours

Before he directed Godzilla—or even Monsters—Gareth Edwards made this moody short science fiction film. More impressively, he wrote, filmed, and edited the entire thing in just two days. » 5/21/14 5:00pm 5/21/14 5:00pm

Orphan Black Spills Some Major Secrets About Its Cloning Program

We may not know everything about Orphan Black's Project Leda just yet, but this episode brings us a whole lot closer. Plus, one scene brought a heartfelt tear to our eyes. Spoilers ahead. » 5/18/14 10:00am 5/18/14 10:00am

Orphan Black Manages To Get Even More Demented—And We Love It

Why is Sarah screaming? It's because she's witnessing one of the major moments from last night's Orphan Black. And it's not even the episode's biggest shock. Spoilers ahead! » 5/11/14 11:00am 5/11/14 11:00am

Orphan Black Had Its Biggest "Please God No" Moment Yet

Orphan Black has broken our hearts a lot. This character gets sick; that one gets hit by a car; another has a tragic childhood. But this week, we're worried that something very, very bad might have happened to one of the clones. Is the situation as dire as it looks? » 5/04/14 9:00am 5/04/14 9:00am

Pro-Science Religious Terrorists Are Orphan Black's Creepiest Foes Yet

Wow. Our clones had four very separate threads last night, and the biggest moments took place far from the Dyad. Secrets were revealed, quips were quipped, and one of our clones has found herself in deep, deep trouble. » 4/27/14 8:30am 4/27/14 8:30am

Orphan Black Just Threw Us Deeper Down The Cloning Rabbit Hole

Orphan Black isn't kidding around. The first episode of the new season raises the stakes for our Clone Club members while giving us a better look at the dangerous forces that are battling over them—plus unveils a major surprise. Spoilers ahead. » 4/20/14 9:00am 4/20/14 9:00am

Researchers Clone Stem Cells From Human Adults

Scientists from South Korea have devised a technique for cloning adult stem cells that doesn't involve the destruction of human embryos. The resulting stem cells, which are highly personalized, could be used to treat illnesses such as heart disease and blindness — but the technique could also be used to clone adults. » 4/18/14 6:00pm 4/18/14 6:00pm

Orphan Black Season Two Is Even Better Than We Hoped

Are you caught up on Orphan Black? If not, you might want to finish your binge watching before tomorrow night's second season premiere—because it's going to spiral us into a whole new level of clone-based mysteries. Here's our spoiler-free review of Season Two's first episode. » 4/18/14 12:00pm 4/18/14 12:00pm

The only way to win more oxygen in this game is to kill your opponent

In the short film Project Skyborn, a man wakes on a snowy planet with a gun and a voice in his ear telling him he will run out of oxygen—unless he can kill the person who is trying to kill him. But who is he really fighting? And what is the prize if he manages to survive? » 3/14/14 9:40am 3/14/14 9:40am

Russian scientists: We have a "high chance" of cloning a wooly mammoth

An exquisitely preserved wooly mammoth is currently undergoing an autopsy in Siberia. Some experts believe they'll be able to extract high quality DNA and cells from the remains which could conceivably be used to clone the extinct mammal. The question now is, should we? » 3/14/14 8:00am 3/14/14 8:00am

Meet Orphan Black's newest clone!

Orphan Black's Clone Club has a new member for Season Two. Who else will Tatiana Maslany be playing in the coming season? And what secrets does the poster for Season Two hold? Spoilers ahead. » 3/13/14 9:25am 3/13/14 9:25am

Facial-recognition software uncovers a bizarre conspiracy in this short

What happens when a software engineer's product uncovers something even he didn't know about himself? Facial recognition software reveals more than embarrassing photos in Anthony Scott Burns' short film Manifold. » 12/14/13 1:00pm 12/14/13 1:00pm

In the Japanese version of Orphan Black you can edit your other selves

Check out the trailer for It's Me, It's Me, a brand new Japanese film about a guy who tries to impersonate his doppelganger — only to find that there are a bunch of copies of himself, and they're multiplying. » 11/08/13 12:01pm 11/08/13 12:01pm