#askMIT: Could you make a unicorn by crossing DNA? December 2, 2019 Tags:biology videos, classroom videos, demo, dna, engineering, Genome Project (Project), high school science videos, how to make a unicorn, hybrid animals, K-12, K12, K12 (Education), learning, M.I.T., middle school science videos, mit, mit k12 videos, mit+k12, science, science out loud, science videos, stem, STEM videos, teaching, unicorn, unicorn science, unicorns, Videos Related Posts K-POP band BTS’s “DNA” tops iTunes album charts in 73 countries Why study Biology? | Durham University International Study Centre Panel of Experts’ Perspectives: ASHG/ACMG – David Flannery About The Author John Henderson 13 Comments tommy tran But science is magic June 17, 2015 Reply Artyom Romanov Does Dr. Sera Thornton work for Aperture Science? June 18, 2015 Reply Artyom Romanov Audio quality is strange. June 18, 2015 Reply Artyom Romanov Unicorns: made with love at MIT)) What should I mix to make a speaking fairy? June 18, 2015 Reply Thundra man i love genetic engineering November 23, 2015 Reply Miss Seaweed Rhino horns look different from the natural unicorn horns. Narwhal horns look more similar to it, so why not uss those instead? April 18, 2016 Reply epiNoesis Can you add a genome without subtracting another genome? Or do you lose sth? For example, if you add the horn genome, will you lose the "no horn" genome, or even something else, like say… healthy heart genome? That is, is there a cost on another characteristic, when adding genomes? January 5, 2017 Reply • blue angel • Let's try a Pegasus! March 27, 2017 Reply Eudécio Gabriel That's so cool, isnt it?! May 7, 2017 Reply Eudécio Gabriel I wish I could participate in these researchs T-T May 7, 2017 Reply Felix Dow Why do all these people look gross. July 1, 2018 Reply Leonard Wong Before watching this… I was thinking….. Rhinoceros have horns in the middle…so isolate the genome from a rhino that spurs such growth…. inject it with that of a white horse….. argh.. got wrong about the part of injecting it in a mother horse. July 30, 2018 Reply Xeno Idaltu Humans of the future might have different skin and hair colors using animal genes. A blue skinned man with green hair.. August 17, 2018 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.