DNA

 
DNA recasts race issues in the US
DNA recasts race issues in the US
Scholar Alondra Nelson’s new book, The Social Life of DNA: Race, Reparations and Reconciliation after the Genome, more than a decade in...
DNA that sets your body clock
DNA that sets your body clock
A United States scientist has discovered an internal body clock based on DNA that measures the biological age of our tissues and organs.
Genomics crucial to drug safety
Genomics crucial to drug safety
Three years ago, Theo Dingermann, a professor of pharmaceutical biology at Goethe University in Frankfurt, sent a glob of spit to the United...
Rewriting the software of life
Rewriting the software of life
The idea of the world's most famous genetic scientist addressing a group of computer nerds, web designers and geeks of every stripe might have...
UK police arresting people 'just for the DNA'
UK police arresting people 'just for the DNA'
Britain has built the world's biggest DNA database without proper political debate and police routinely arrest people just to get their DNA...
Along the leaf litter spoor
Along the leaf litter spoor
Gareth Patterson's ninth book is a gentle, meandering account of his search for the elusive Knysna elephant, the country's only free-ranging...
DNA fingerprinting could reveal your surname
DNA fingerprinting could reveal your surname
Police could one day predict the surname of male suspects or victims of crime from DNA alone, British researchers said on Wednesday.
Neanderthal DNA reveals split from humans
Neanderthal DNA reveals split from humans
Strands of DNA recovered from the fossilised leg bone of a Neanderthal have shed light on the fragility of this ancient hominid species and...
SA scientists embark on 'tree barcode of life' project
SA scientists embark on 'tree barcode of life' project
University of Johannesburg scientists have started creating a database of DNA information from the world's tree species, it was announced on...
Egypt to test DNA of two tiny mummies
Egypt to test DNA of two tiny mummies
Egyptian scientists are carrying out DNA tests on two mummified foetuses found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun to determine whether they are the...

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