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Genes matter: People marry mates with similar DNA but different immune systems

RealClearScience | 
DNA research suggests that the adage that opposites attract is off base when it comes to marriage. Humans pick spouses ...

30,000 year-old virus revived

RealClearScience | 
As a general rule-of-thumb, eukaryotic cells (e.g., amoebae or human body cells) are about 1,000 times bigger than bacteria, and ...

How does Human saliva compare to a Chimp’s?

RealClearScience | 
Humans (genus Homo) and chimpanzees and bonobos (genus Pan) share roughly 99% of their DNA. But that doesn't necessarily mean we share the same ...

Why do microbes kill some people but not others?

RealClearScience | 
Why do some horrible infectious diseases kill an unlucky few and ignore millions of others? Perhaps the most infamous example ...

‘Three-parent’ embryos: US should follow UK’s example and prepare for approval

RealClearScience | 
The UK recently announced plans to approve "three parent" IVF techniques and both the United States and European Union should ...
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Stem cell therapy deserves a dose of skepticism

USA Today | 
Stem cells are at risk of becoming "the new snake oil peddled by 21st century charlatans" without better regulation and ...

Scientific assessment of California Prop 37

Wall Street Journal | 
According to the editor of RealClearScience, biotechnology is being held back by a scaremongering group of environmentalists who seem to ...

GM crops, organic food, & delicious irony

RealClearScience | 
One of the hallmarks of the organic food movement is a wholesale rejection of much of the agricultural technology – ...

A turning point for GM crops in the EU?

RealClearWorld | 
It's not a big secret that many Europeans are afraid of new, cutting-edge technologies. Microbiologist Dr. Anne Glover, the very ...
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