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Why the UK wants to share everything it knows about the genetics of 500,000 Britons

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Britain is profiling the genes, health and lifestyles of its citizens and handing the results to scientists across the world ...
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Emerging field of ‘social genomics’ comes with ethical, societal risks: ‘Who’s going to benefit?’

Nature | 
By looking at the genomes of people living in former coal-mining areas, [geneticist Abdel Abdellaoui] has found genetic signatures associated ...
how to grow old and happy together

If we classified aging as a disease, would it change the way we treat it?

MIT Technology Review | 
What would change if we classified aging itself as the disease?  David Sinclair, a geneticist at Harvard Medical School, is ...
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Challenging the notion that people with ‘dark personalities’ are more successful

Science | 
The dark side of human personality has long fascinated the public and psychologists alike. Research has linked unpleasant traits such ...
3-17-2019 illustrated police news jack the ripper

Has genetic analysis identified Jack the Ripper?

Science | 
Forensic scientists say they have finally fingered the identity of Jack the Ripper, the notorious serial killer who terrorized the ...
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