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How do we decide what is and isn't funny? Genetics could play a role

How do we decide what is and isn’t funny? Genetics could play a role

Genetic Literacy Project | 
What we find funny can differ wildly from person to person. And scientists have found that genetics plays at least ...
Love: A mystery of the heart or hard-wired in the genes?

Love: A mystery of the heart or hard-wired in the genes?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Scientists have identified a number of genetic markers that 'code' humans for attraction--genes for intelligence, subtle human body odors, height ...
Gene editing tool conundrum: CRISPR competitor NgAgo challenged over unreproducible results

Gene editing tool conundrum: CRISPR competitor NgAgo challenged over unreproducible results

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A Chinese biologist raised the hopes of the scientific community when he announced the discovery of a gene editing tool ...
Mystery of rare diseases: Why diagnoses remain elusive

Mystery of rare diseases: Why diagnoses remain elusive

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Milo Loretzen is one of only three people in the world known to have been diagnosed with a mutation in ...
Why racial diversity in genetics studies matters in patient care

Why racial diversity in genetics studies matters in patient care

Genetic Literacy Project | 
DNA is approximately 99.5 percent similar across all humans. But there are key differences in that remaining half percent. Those ...
Why there is no male version of 'the pill'

Why there is no male version of ‘the pill’

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The search for an effective male contraceptive drug has experienced a setback. An ethics committee prematurely ended a clinical trial ...