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Believe it or not, DNA is not the only hereditary molecule out there. In fact, it's one of many molecules that could form the backbone of gene pools.
According to biology pioneer J. Craig Venter, the first step to personalized medicine and new tools to fight cancer are faster computers.
University of Akron wants its employees' DNA sample for a GATTACA-style future, opening a Pandora's box of legal and ethical concerns.
Your DNA contains useful information that's read and translated, but comparing it to a computer database profoundly misses the point.
A human DNA strand has 3 billion base pairs. Your cell nucleus is 0.1 cubic millimeter. How does your genome fit?
Well, the good news is that there might not be an aging gene. The bad news is that there might not be an aging genes.
Brace yourself for a whole new level of personal artwork. The subject? What makes you, you.