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Can color-changing flowers help change minds of GMO skeptics?

Smithsonian | 
Nikolai Braun and Keira Havens, the two entrepreneurial scientists behind the Fort Collins, Colorado-based company Revolution Bioengineering, are in pursuit of ...

Do your genes influence who you love?

Smithsonian | 
Imagine a dating site where, in addition to a completed survey, you have to submit a genetic profile. This could ...

Creepy or cool? Portraits derived from DNA in hair and gum found in public places

Smithsonian | 
The following is an excerpt of a longer story. It started with hair. Donning a pair of rubber gloves, Heather Dewey-Hagborg collected ...