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News + Blog

Diverse Parental Genes Lead to Taller, Smarter Children, Finds Extensive Study

Those who are born to parents from diverse genetic backgrounds tend to be faster-thinking and...

Study Finds Males May Contribute to Offspring’s Mental Development Before Pregnancy

A new study from Indiana University provides evidence in mice that males may play a positive...

Cuba Nearly Eliminates Mother-to-Child HIV Infections

Cuba on 30 June became the first country in the world to receive validation from the World...

Congratulations Class of 2015 Graduates!

Congratulations, Class of 2015.  Wishing each of you the best in your future endeavors! -The...

Articles + Resources

2015 | Hannah Landecker, et al – How the Genome Got a Life Span

Hannah Landecker, ISG Acting Director, and Martine Lappé, former ISG [...]

2015 | Eric Vilain – OpEd – What should you do if your son says he’s a girl?

ISG Co-Director, Eric Vilain, has published an OpEd piece titled [...]

2015 | Hannah Landecker & Aaron Panofsky – Commentaries and Reflections on “Inheritance of Acquired Epigenetic Variations”

A special section of commentaries and reflections on epigenetic inheritance [...]

2015 | Soraya de Chadarevian – Chromosome Photography and the Human Karyotype

ISG professor, Soraya de Chadarevian, has published a paper titled [...]

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