Researchers say it may be possible to slow and even reverse aging by keeping DNA more stably packed together in our cells
A leading scientist calls for caution on a promising new technology
"We will do so with dignity, respect and care”
The molecules are from 130,000 to 170,000 years ago
There's bovine in your breast milk
The company's new testing procedures will be more rigorous than required by federal law
There really are lowlifes on the subway
The form of in vitro fertilization being considered would use the DNA from 3 people to create babies
Police will test 1,276 stored kits from the past 10 years
The woman also detained is believed to be al-Baghdadi's ex-wife
DNA samples suggest he was a blue-eyed blond
Tests have been neglected, in some cases for decades, because of the high cost
How can we prevent these technologies from falling into the wrong hands?
For all the understandable weight we give DNA evidence, it is of little if any use for the vast majority of the wrongfully convicted.
Procedure could prevent children from inheriting genetic diseases from mothers
February 14, 2014
Creepy or cool?
An surprising find in a pit of bones upsets a lot of what we thought we knew about human ancestry
DNA from Spanish bones beats old record by almost 300,000 years
Oops, here's your kid back!