Congratulations to Prof. Bernard M. Dickens whose article, abstracted below, is now universally available.
Bernard M. Dickens, “Ethical and Legal Aspects of Noninvasive Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis,” 317 more words
It’s been two weeks, and everyone is sick of hot takes on Life in Trump’s America and What Is the Worst Thing That Could Happen? 1,463 more words
By Thomas Jones
23andMe, a personal genomics and biotechnology company, has been much discussed since its launch in 2006. In 2008, when the company was offering estimates of “predisposition for more than 90 traits and conditions ranging from baldness to blindness”, Time magazine named the saliva-based personal genome test ‘Invention of the Year’. 962 more words
Issues with the reliability of DNA testing for phylogeographical research
Why is it that the various major DNA testing companies ascribe differing ethnicity results to a single genome and how is this a problem for phylogeography? 536 more words