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Does your DNA leave a unique identifying code? Not always, if you get a bone marrow transplant

New York Times | 
Three months after his bone marrow transplant, Chris Long of Reno, Nev., learned that the DNA in his blood had ...
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What happens when DNA tests show that white nationalists aren’t as ‘pure’ as they thought?

New York Times | 
On the hate site Stormfront, one of the largest online discussion forums dedicated to “white pride,” sharing DNA results with ...
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Patenting the genes of marine life and what it means for medicine

New York Times | 
[Marine animal] DNA is included among thousands of patents owned by BASF, which calls itself “the largest chemical producer in the ...
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Is sexual orientation ‘gaydar’ detection machine sound or ethical?

New York Times | 
[Michal Kosinski] decided to show that it was possible to use facial recognition analysis to detect something intimate, something “people ...
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Software uses DNA to predict facial appearance

New York Times | 
Mark D. Shriver, a professor of anthropology and genetics at Penn State University and his colleagues have studied the ways ...

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