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Having O blood type could offer protection against COVID-19, study suggests

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However, after the COVID-19 outbreak was declared a global pandemic, the company [23andMe] switched gears and looked to see how ...
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More science education may not quell consumer fear of GMO, gene-edited crops, Japanese study suggests

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A team of researchers [in Japan] conducted a survey to explore the opinions and attitudes of both Japanese experts and ...
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Geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam explains how the CRISPR gene editing ‘revolution’ can improve our food

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The final instalment of Technology Networks Explores the CRISPR Revolution is an interview with Dr Alison Van Eenennaam, a livestock ...
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Can a DNA test determine if your biological age matches your chronological age?

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I consider myself to be a fairly healthy person, to my own standards at least. But does my DNA tell ...
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Why DNA is the thumb drive of the future

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DNA is designed to keep lots of data in a tiny space for an extremely long time. But the best ...
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Do our genes determine which faces are ‘prettier’ than others?

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Despite the importance humans and society appear to place on beauty, from a scientific perspective, we don't actually know a ...