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Guess What? Racism Isn't Good Scienceby Jesse LarnerHuffington PostAugust 21st, 2013Jason Richwine is back, still defending his previous work, and still not addressing the problems with IQ tests or the fact that the "science" he looks to has been greatly problematized.
The Empire Strikes Backby Jonathan MarksAnthropomicsAugust 19th, 2013New claims about the geneticist who collected samples from Native Americans to study diabetes, and then piggybacked research on schizophrenia without consent, compels us to revisit the case.
Study Probes DNA Search Method that Led to 'Grim Sleeper' Suspectby Eryn BrownLos Angeles TimesAugust 15th, 2013DNA-based familial searches may mistakenly identify individuals in a forensic database as siblings or parents of an unknown perpetrator, when in fact they are distant relatives.
Race Matters When a Patient Needs a Stem Cell or Marrow Transplantby Arthur AllenWashington PostAugust 5th, 2013If you become ill with a blood cancer or other disease that requires a stem cell transplant, here’s an uncomfortable fact: Your race matters. Diversity is a strength in much of life, but it’s a curse when finding a stem cell donor match.
Talent Or Skill?: Honing In On The Elusive 'Sports Gene'by David EpsteinNPR NewsAugust 5th, 2013Most of human ancestry occurred in Africa, so the most genetic diversity is there. You might find the fastest ten runners and the slowest ten runners, but nobody is looking for the slowest ten.
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.
Supreme Court Strikes a Hard Blow to Tribal Sovereignty in Adoption Case by Aura BogadoThe NationJune 25th, 2013The court appears to have ruled as if it was deciding the issue based on race.
Inside the Stem Cell Shell Gameby Gina Maranto, Biopolitical Times guest contributorJune 18th, 2013Sociologist Ruha Benjamin examines the California stem cell initiative from a social justice perspective.
Should Police Use DNA to Investigate a Suspect’s Family Members?by Nanibaa’ A. Garrison, Rori V. Rohlfs, and Stephanie M. Fullerton, Biopolitical Times guest contributorsJune 11th, 2013A DNA-based technique called familial searching can help police solve serious crimes. It can also be abused in ways that expose innocent people to unwarranted police surveillance.
Mexican Americans Sterilized Disproportionately in California Institutions, Study Saysby Roque PlanasThe Huffington PostJune 5th, 2013A new study shows definitively that Mexican Americans were disproportionately sterilized in California during the first half of the 20th century.
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