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New DNA Analysis Could Provide Complete Description of a Suspectby Theodore DeckerThe Columbus DispatchNovember 2nd, 2014The next generation of DNA forensics will reveal a level of detail far beyond what currently is used in criminal investigations. Presented with only a person’s DNA, “I can tell exactly what you look like,” one analyst said.
Open-Source DNAby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesOctober 31st, 2014Who are the players to watch in the growing trend to “free” our genetic data, and what does it mean to participate?
How a Wiki Is Keeping Direct-to-Consumer Genetics Aliveby Antonio RegaladoMIT Technology ReviewOctober 19th, 2014The FDA ordered 23andMe to stop selling its health tests. But for the intrepid, genome knowledge is still available.
Why Genetic Self-Test Kits Should Not Be Allowed Into Canadaby Abby LippmanThe Globe and MailOctober 16th, 2014Policies and laws about discrimination, genetic and other, need to be developed from the ground up, based on views from an informed citizenry engaged in respectful public discussion of all the issues.
How Should the U.S. Regulate Genetic Testing?by Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesOctober 16th, 2014The question, addressed at a conference at Stanford’s Center for Law and the Biosciences, is both complicated and critical.
Quest for Intelligence Genes Churns Out More Dubious Resultsby John HorganScientific AmericanOctober 14th, 2014The entire field of behavioral genetics has a horrendous track record, with a long string of sensational claims that turned out to be erroneous.
Giant Gene Banks Take on Diseaseby Erika Check HaydenNatureOctober 14th, 2014Researchers bring together troves of DNA sequences in the hope of teasing out links between traits and genetic variants.
Let's Play God (or not)by Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesOctober 14th, 2014Reason magazine earns points for honesty about wanting to use gene drives to "play God" — and for editing skills.
Genetic Testing for Alzheimer’s — Without Revealing the Resultsby Shirley S. WangThe Wall Street JournalOctober 13th, 2014Doctors are devising new ways to shield patients from information about their odds for developing inherited disease as genetic testing becomes more common.
The Genetics Epidemic: The Revolution in DNA Science -- And What To Do About Itby Jamie F. MetzlForeign AffairsOctober 12th, 2014The coming revolution in genetic engineering will be exciting to some, frightening to others, and challenging for all. If not adequately addressed, it will also likely lead to major conflict both within societies and globally.
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