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Is resurrecting the woolly mammoth an ‘unnecessary show of scientific hubris’?

Gizmodo | 
Bringing an extinct species back to life was once firmly in the realm of science fiction, but as genetic engineering ...
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Human womb transplants are possible. But do we need them?

Popular Science | 
As gynecologist and surgeon Liza Johannesson prepped to deliver the child via cesarean section, she was nervous. Not for the ...

Giving up the impossible dream of genetic privacy could help everyone

Popular Science | 
In January, scientists scared the world by using public information to find the names behind five people’s anonymous, public DNA ...
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Forget genetic privacy—DNA should be open-source

Popular Science | 
No one’s DNA has ever been private, writes Pop Sci’s Erin Biba—we spray it everywhere when our skin cells slough ...
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