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US to collect DNA of all undocumented migrants
The US government plans to collect the DNA of all migrants detained after entering the country illegally, officials said Wednesday.
United States government to collect DNA of all undocumented migrants
Collecting and storing the DNA of people simply detained and not tried or convicted of a crime has drawn criticism from civil rights advocates.
DNA analysis makes mystery of Himalayan 'Skeleton Lake' even stranger
High in the Himalayas of India, amid the snow-capped peaks, nestles a mystery. Roopkund Lake is a shallow body of water filled with human bones — the skeletons of hundreds of individuals. It's these that give the lake its other name, Skeleton Lake, and no-one knows how the remains came to be there.
Aspirin may help some breast cancer survivors, but changes in DNA may mean harm for others
Previous studies have shown that some women who use aspirin and are later diagnosed with breast cancer may live longer, which may be related to the drug's anti-inflammatory effects on the body.
Conviction comes after DNA, family tree crack 1987 killings
A jury convicted a Washington State man Friday in the killings of a young Canadian couple more than three decades ago — a case that was finally solved when investigators turned to powerful genealogy software to build a family tree of the then-unknown suspect.
DNA of new doctors ages six years in first 12 months on job
New research shows just how stressful starting a new career as a doctor can be: Stressful enough to have your DNA age six times faster than it normally would.
DNA cracking mysteries, cold cases, but is genome sleuthing ‘unregulated wild west’?
It happens almost every week: Police reveal that DNA technology has helped them crack a decades-old case or identify an infamous serial killer like Jack the Ripper.
DNA reveals origin of Stonehenge builders
The ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean before reaching Britain, a study has shown.
DNA from 200-year-old pipe sheds light on life of enslaved African woman
Archaeologists used DNA taken from a broken clay pipe stem found in Maryland, the US, to build a picture of an enslaved woman who died around 200 years ago and had origins in modern-day Sierra Leone.
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.

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