There may be much more coral diversity out there than previously thought.
They don’t replace genetic testing through a medical professional, but these kits can illuminate your personal history.
Geeky art can look super cool.
Bits of genetic code in seawater can help scientists study fish that we rarely see.
This is the first time the U.S. will mass test people who've never been accused of a crime.
DNA from tooth enamel helped scientists trace where humans grew up and how they spent the rest of their lives.
To be equitable, genetic research needs to involve minority communities. But trust is still a major hurdle.
Some communities face surveillance anxiety, even when they’re on the right side of the law.
The evidence collected would also currently not be admissible in court.
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