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Siberian hamsters show what helps make seasonal clocks tick

Many animals, including humans, have internal clocks and calendars to help them regulate behavior, physiological functions and biological processes. Although ...

Forensic familial search methods carry risk of certain false matches

Familial searching is a new forensic technique to identify a perpetrator if a crime scene DNA sample has no matches ...

Unique epigenomic code identified during human brain development

Changes in the epigenome, including chemical modifications of DNA, can act as an extra layer of information in the genome, ...

Silk and cellulose can be used in stem cell cartilage repair

The following is an excerpt of a longer story. Find a link to the full story below. Over 20 million ...

Mosquito genetics may offer clues to malaria control

An African mosquito species with a deadly capacity to transmit malaria has a perplexing evolutionary history, according to discovery by ...