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How the sun can damage your skin even in the dark

The Los Angeles Times


February 19, 2015

The damage the sun inflicts on your skin may be even more insidious than was previously thought, according to new research. 737 more words

Skin Care

2 Different=Too Different

Playing with gedmatch I’ve noticed some things that maybe aren’t there. My imagination or my instinct took over. My closest cousin, the one I suspect might not be that close (we may share different ancestors on different sides=too much DNA) and I don’t share origins on the vary chromosomes we match. 303 more words

DNA evidence shows surprise cultural connections between Britain and Europe 8,000 years ago

DNA evidence shows surprise cultural connections between Britain and Europe 8,000 years ago. Researchers found evidence for a variety of wheat at a submerged archaeological site off the south coast of England, 2,000 years before the introduction of farming in the UK. 707 more words


$20 Discount Available For A New DNA Test

If anyone is thinking of ordering a new DNA test or knows someone who is, there is a coupon code posted on the activity feed of the new look DNA Project page for $20 discount.   86 more words

Key Terms for Chapter 3 of Biology

Dehydration Synthesis
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Key Terms

Read Of The Day ...

A DNA mystery with an amazing (and sobering) solution.

Really, read the whole thing at Your Genetic Genealogist, and find out how a switched-at-birth story from a century ago was finally unravelled through the marriage of persistence and modern technology. 37 more words


$9.2 Million Awarded in Wrongful Conviction that Underscores FBI Forensic Problems

February 28, 2015 – Yesterday Washington D.C. Superior Court Judge Neal E. Kravitz ordered $9.2 million be paid by the District to Kirk L. Odom, 52, in compensation for more than 21 years of imprisonment after he was wrongfully convicted of a 1981 Capital Hill rape and burglary. 403 more words

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