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The Biggest Threat to the Genomic Revolution? Spying Scandals by Gillian TettFinancial TimesJuly 31st, 2013It is now possible for scientists to compare the genomic sequence of thousands of people and thus spot patterns of diseases that range from cancer to schizophrenia, but what about privacy?
Science as Social Control: Political Paralysis and the Genetics Agendaby Jonathan LathamIndependent Science NewsJuly 31st, 2013A new study in Science found that fully 98% of variation in “educational attainment” cannot be attributed to inherited genetic differences. Why did the authors fail to mention this fact in the title or in the summary?
Russian-Speakers who Want to Make Aliya Could Need DNA Testby Asher ZeigerThe Times of IsraelJuly 29th, 2013The Israeli Prime Minister’s Office says would-be immigrants from the former Soviet Union may be asked to prove Jewish bloodline.
uBiome: Ethical Lapse or Not?by Judy StoneScientific AmericanJuly 25th, 2013Skirting the rules hurts the company's image, fosters mistrust and, perhaps more importantly, may hurt the citizen science movement more broadly.
UK Forensic Science Slammed by Inquiryby Daniel CresseyNatureJuly 25th, 2013UK government failures over forensic science are leading to fragmentation, research gaps and possibly even miscarriages of justice, according to a parliamentary inquiry on the subject.
High-Tech, High-Risk Forensicsby Osagie K. ObasogieThe New York TimesJuly 24th, 2013For far too long, we have allowed the myth of DNA infallibility to chip away at our skepticism of government’s prosecutorial power, undoubtedly leading to untold injustices.
Made With Loveby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesJuly 22nd, 2013The first baby has been born following “next generation genetic sequencing” of IVF embryos. What are the implications?
Genetic Screening: Every Newborn a Patientby Stefan TimmermansLos Angeles TimesJuly 19th, 2013Giving parents a torrent of information about a child's genetic disease risk will profoundly change the experience of bringing a new life into the world.
Do These Genes Make Me Look Fat?by Kent SepkowitzThe Daily BeastJuly 18th, 2013A new study zeroes in on a bit of DNA that leads to ‘obesity-prone behaviors’ if it gets out of whack. We’re all saved, right? Not so fast.
Direct-To-Consumer Genetic Testing Kits Vary in Predictions of Disease RiskMedical XpressJuly 17th, 2013An in-depth analysis and comparison showed that predicted risks differed among the companies and were contradictory for certain traits in certain individuals.
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