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Scientists working on “undo button” if genome modifications go awry

Motherboard | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  Eradicating malaria and dengue ...
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Is genetic engineering research a constitutionally protected right?

Motherboard | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  The dawn of cheap ...

Can color-changing flowers quell fears about GMOs?

Motherboard | 
In a couple years, if you’re at the florist and are trying to decide between red roses or yellow roses, ...

It’s time to start encrypting our genomes

Motherboard | 
The next time your privacy is invaded might not involve text messages, web browsing histories, or hidden cameras—it could involve ...
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Without accurate genome sequencing, personalized medicine is a goner

Motherboard | 
It's hard to correctly read every one of the six-billion base pairs in a human genome. But without precision sequencing, ...

Uzbekistan’s plan to genetically groom Olympic athletes won’t work

Motherboard | 
In a few years, we'll look back at the Sochi Olympics as the last one where being chosen as an ...

Cataloguing Earth’s genetics, to cure disease and reverse extinction

National Geographic | 
Researchers at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History are helping to tackle Earth's remaining 1.3 million species through a project known ...
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Gene find suggests hormone-free male birth control possible within 5 years

US News & World Report | 
Scientists have found a gene that plays an integral part in male fertility, giving researchers hope for the future development ...
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