In a novel form of peer review, a biologist has given an colorfully fiery critique of a genome research consortium. Here's why.
Scientists peered into the genetic codes of some of the world's most interesting plants and animals.
When scientists sequenced the human genome a decade ago, it was somewhat like looking at a blueprint in a foreign … Continued
A relatively small cluster of genetic information, some of it dating to 60 million years ago, endows the staple fruit … Continued
Nanopore technology that lets your computer read your chromosomes
A Netherlands-based company called Medicinal Genomics has just announced the successful genetic sequencing of Cannabis sativa, the highly regulated annual … Continued
A new “find-and-replace” genome editing method enables scientists to make large-scale changes to the genetic code of a living cell, … Continued
A targeted snip through DNA’s double helix can take out a mutated gene that causes hemophilia, curing mice of the … Continued
Plant and human genome researchers have uncovered myriad pathways toward understanding health and longevity, determining genes that code for things … Continued
23andMe, a personal genomics company, offers a way for customers to learn about their DNA–and all the diseases to which … Continued
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