Over 500 million years ago, humans and certain worms shared a common ancestor.
DNA testing facilities promise parents a peek into their child's potential futures. Too good to be true? Probably.
We might like to think we're in control of who we fall in love with, but our genes have already made the choice for us.
A new technique could allow scientists to edit pig genes and use them in human medicine. But should we?
An Italian neurosurgeon will perform the procedure on volunteer Valery Spiridonov, who has a genetic muscle-wasting disease.
For years, theories have abounded about how the first people in the New World got there, but now we seem to have a definitive answer, thanks to the miracle of DNA analysis.
Genes may be responsible for more than we think, from how we shop to how we sleep.
Every Monday, we answer some of YOUR questions! This week, let’s tackle hair. Why do we all have different hair?
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