DNA Can Help Return Indigenous Remains to Ancestral Sites
“We propose that our approach can be used now and will be used routinely in the future to return remains to their rightful kin.”
A Hybrid of Humanity's Closest Relatives Has Been Identified From 50,000-Year-Old Bone
While we know early humans, Neanderthals, and Denisovans interbred, this specimen is a unique first-generation Neanderthal-Denisovan offspring.
The Latest Effort to Map the Weed Genome Will Focus on Pot That Doesn’t Get You High
Scientists at the University of California Davis have launched a new project studying the hemp DNA sequence.
Scientists Used Supercomputers to Learn How Pythons Regenerate Their Organs
Maybe we could do it one day, too.
and maybe Jurassic Park them
This Scientist Wants to Sequence the Genomes of 8,000 Endangered Animals Before They’re Gone
Sequencing the genomes of species most at risk can help us figure out which species need our attention the most.
Why You Can't See 23andMe's Transparency Report Outside the US
Why can't 23andMe's international customers see if their governments are asking for their data?
23andMe Raises $115 Million as It Ramps Up Genetic Testing Internationally
The startup that hit a roadblock with the FDA two years ago is now the leading personal genetics company.
Racial Segregation for Websites Is 'Very Easy,' Stunt Coder Says
‘Just took a few hours of coding.'
It's Hard to Get Genome Data from an Elusive Species
Researchers show you can sequence some genomic data from snagged hair, without the need for invasive sampling.
The UK’s Plan to Sequence 100,000 Human Genomes
Using one new technology as both a clinical and research tool.
Building the World's Largest Cryobank
The Smithsonian's Global Genome Initiative is primed to open its doors in 2015. Here's what you need to know about the largest scientific collection effort ever organized.
Google Translate's Lead Scientist Is Going to Help Conquer Death
After all, translating genetic code into actionable information isn't all that different from translating languages.