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Researchers Identify 44 Genomic Variants Associated with Depression

A new meta-analysis of more than 135,000 people with major […]

How We’ve Tackled the Evolving Science of DNA

“No article we have ever published has been more difficult” […]

Complete Genomes of Extinct and Living Elephants Sequenced

An international team of researchers has produced one of the […]

Received An At-Home DNA Test As A Holiday Gift? Proceed With Caution

If you or a family member received a consumer genetic […]

Google Has Released an AI Tool That Makes Sense of Your Genome

Almost 15 years after scientists first sequenced the human genome, […]

How Neanderthals Influenced Human Genetics at the Crossroads of Asia and Europe

When the ancestors of modern humans migrated out of Africa, […]

‘Antibiotic Apocalypse’: Doctors Sound Alarm Over Drug Resistance

Scientists attending a recent meeting of the American Society for […]

Two Ancient DNA Studies Provide New Insights into Lives of Neanderthals and Paleolithic Humans

Two separate teams of researchers have used advanced DNA sequencing […]