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DNA could potentially predict people's lifespan
By looking at people's DNA, researchers can potentially predict whether a person can expect to live longer or die sooner than average, according to a study released on Tuesday by the University of Edinburgh.
Novel DNA tool lets you trace your ancestry
Scientists have created a DNA tool that can accurately identify ancient populations, and may be used to test an individual's similarity to ancient people who once roamed the earth.
Could DNA screening test become norm to detect genetic diseases?
While adding DNA sequencing to the screening of newborns for hundreds of potential genetic diseases may help accurately identify babies who will develop a disease, it could be too early to recommend for the general public, say researchers.
Edinburgh scientists discover mammoth secret in ivory DNA
Scientists based at Edinburgh Zoo are cooperating to create a genetics laboratory in Cambodia to fight the illegal ivory trade.
Researchers detect age-related differences in DNA from blood
Researchers have discovered age- and health-related differences in fragments of DNA found floating in the bloodstream (not inside cells) called cell-free DNA (cfDNA).
Study: Rare Neanderthal DNA fragments give some people differently shaped brains
Interbreeding with Neanderthals thousands of years ago has given some humans alive today more elongated brains, according to a new study.
Synthetic DNA-delivered antibodies protect against Ebola in preclinical studies
Scientists at The Wistar Institute and collaborators have successfully engineered novel DNA-encoded monoclonal antibodies (DMAbs) targeting Zaire Ebolavirus that were effective in preclinical models.
Iran’s envoy to UN: Lying is in Netanyahu’s DNA
Iran’s envoy to the UN General Assembly rejected anti-Iran claims by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu saying the Israeli leader – whose actions are reminiscent of those by Daesh and Nazi elements – has lying in his DNA.
DNA breakthrough helps identify more 9/11 victims
Seventeen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack in New York City, advancement in DNA testing techniques has led to the identification of more victims of the atrocity.
New DNA research may help conserve threatened rattlesnake species
The DNA from hundreds of rattlesnakes around BCE is under the microscope at the University of British Columbia Okanagan in British Colombia, Canada.
Dinosaur DNA clues unpicked by researchers
British scientists say they have pieced together what dinosaur DNA looks like. Researchers at the University of Kent say their work uncovers the genetic secret behind why dinosaurs came in such a variety of shapes and sizes.
Cashing in on DNA: Race on to unlock value in genetic data
How much is your DNA worth? As millions of people pay for home tests to check on ancestry or health risks, genetic data is becoming an increasingly valuable resource for drug makers, triggering a race to create a DNA marketplace.
Canada using DNA, ancestry websites to investigate migrants
Canadian immigration officials are using DNA testing and ancestry websites to try to establish the nationality of migrants, the Canada Border Services Agency said on Friday.
Man killed in 9/11 attacks identified thanks to advances in DNA testing
Scott Michael Johnson is the 1,642nd person to be identified of the 2,753 people killed when two passenger jets destroyed the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center in New York.
Single-celled architects inspire new nanotechnology
Diatoms are tiny, unicellular creatures, inhabiting oceans, lakes, rivers, and soils. Through their respiration, they produce close to a quarter of the oxygen on Earth, nearly as much as the world's tropical forests. In addition to their ecological success across the planet, they have a number of remarkable properties.

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