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What to expect from the world of science in 2016
What to expect from the world of science in 2016
This year, white dishes will mushroom on the Northern Cape’s dusty plains as South Africa’s 64-dish MeerKAT starts to take shape. The MeerKAT is...
Genes don't fit in the DNA diet
Genes don't fit in the DNA diet
It sounds too good to be true and, according to some scientists, it is: a diet designed for your genetics.
Genes get turned on when they 'kiss'
Genes get turned on when they 'kiss'
 Although "gene kissing" has been hypothesised and many laboratories around the world are striving to demonstrate it, this is the...
Gene therapy cures haemophilia in mice
Gene therapy cures haemophilia in mice
Doctors have treated a life-threatening blood disease by repairing flaws in the genetic code of a living animal.
Hope for narcolepsy sufferers
Hope for narcolepsy sufferers
Claire Allen once laughed so much at a friend's joke, she fell down in the middle of a road.
Genes aren't to blame for mental problems
Genes aren't to blame for mental problems
When the map of the human genome was presented to the world in 20 01, psychiatrists had high hopes.
Do good genes hold the key to a long life?
Do good genes hold the key to a long life?
A genetic test that can predict whether a person is likely to live long enough to see their 100th birthday has been developed by scientists.

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