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A Genetic Code for Genius?

A 20-year-old Chinese geneticist who has been dubbed the nation’s […]

Can Culture Protect Genetics From Misuse?

Robert W. Sussman, a professor of anthropology at Washington University […]

Landmark Patent Ruling Over Breast Cancer Gene BRCA1

Cancer Voices Australia brought the case as it believed Myriad […]

Dodging Death – is radical life extension too radical?

How old is too old? The 20th century added thirty […]

Why We Have a Right to Consumer Genetics

A reporter from the MIT Technology Review discusses her experience […]

2012 | Saving Babies?: The Consequences of Newborn Genetic Screening

Congratulations to ISG faculty Stefan Timmermans and Mara Buchbinder on the […]

Genome Sequencing For Babies Brings Knowledge And Conflicts

ISG fellow Stefan Timmermans is a contributing scientist on NPR’s “All […]

Enforce Pooper-Scooper Rules With DNA Testing?

A company called Poo Prints claims Dallas and other cities can […]