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Pentagon Warns Military Personnel Not to Use Home DNA Kits
NBC News is reporting that the Pentagon has told military personnel not to use home DNA testing kits. According to a memo NBC News obtained, “Under ...
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Craig Venter Talked About Reprogramming DNA At Google’s Zeitgeist Conference
Scientist Craig Venter, known for being one of the first to sequence the human genome, spoke at Google’s Zeitgeist conference in Arizona this we...
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Online Dating Site Tests DNA to Determine Matches
A new online dating site catering to sophisticated professionals called offers users the opportunity to submit their DNA to bolster thei...
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John Wayne Gacy: Still Clowning Around in Cold Cases
John Wayne Gacy was put to death almost 20 years ago. He had been convicted of the sexual assault and murder of 33 people, most of them teenagers and ...
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Ancient Baby DNA Linked To Native Americans
A new development in the origin of the Native Americans has been unearthed recently in Livingston, Montana. In 1968, the skeletal remains of a male ba...
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Fred Sanger: Two-Time Nobel Prize Winner Dies at 95
The world lost one of the most noteworthy scientists ever. British Chemist, Fred Sanger died at age 95. Sanger was the only scientist to win two Nobel...
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Watch a White Supremacist Find Out He’s Part African [VIDEO]
In news that sounds more like something you’d hear on April Fools’ Day, a white supremacist recently found out that he is part African. An...
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Amanda Knox Trial: Victim’s DNA Not on Kitchen Knife
If you weren’t sure whether to believe in Amanda Knox’s innocence, a DNA test performed on the infamous kitchen knife may help to finally ...
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Yeti May Be a Bear Descendant, States Scientist
In Chill Out, Scooby Doo!, Scooby and the gang go to the Himalayas to help a French hunter find and kill the Yeti / Abominable Snowman. After many cha...
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Fossilized Mosquito Found; Sadly Lacks Dino Blood
Smithsonian Magazine just put out a blog that chronicles the strange journey of a fossilized mosquito with ancient blood still contained in its stomac...
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Cucumber Causes Criminal Conviction
So you just burglarized a home, and you’re a little winded because the sack you’ve stuffed with stolen goods is a little heavy from all that preci...
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Family Of Man Who Kidnapped Teen Demands Test
Tragedy has gone from bad to worse for the Anderson family. After suffering the high-profile double murder and kidnapping case that gripped the nation...
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Kourtney Kardashian Releases DNA Test
Male model, Michael Girgenti, filed legal documents this month claiming that he is the father of Kourtney Kardashian’s oldest child, Mason Disic...
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Cat DNA Reading Solves Homicide Case
A homicide in Britain has just been solved with cat DNA readings. The dismembered torso of David Guy was found wrapped in a curtain on a beach. The cu...
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Wind Carried Beer Can DNA to Used Condom, Claims Rape Defendant
Today’s creativity in defense award goes to 20-year-old Marcelles Peter and his attorney, who are attempting to nullify DNA evidence by claiming...
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Quadruple Helix DNA Spotted in Human Cells
It’s been nearly 60 years since the structure of DNA was found to be a double helix. Now, researchers at the University of Cambridge have found ...
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Multiple Sclerosis ‘Immune Exchange’ Discovered
A new study has identified and “immune exchange” that allows disease-causing cells in patients with multiple sclerosis to move in and out ...
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Scientists Dash Jurassic Park Hopes with DNA Half-Life Study
Dinosaurs bit the dust around 65 million years ago, but pop-science has held that maybe, just maybe, some sort of DNA recovery could lead to a Jurassi...
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You May Soon Be Storing Books And Music In DNA
It’s said that the printing press was one of the most influential inventions of all time. It made books cheaply available to everyone by reducin...
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Spiderman Faces His Greatest Foe Yet – Science
Everybody loves superheroes because it lets us suspend our disbelief and wonder – could that really happen? In most cases, the answer is unfortu...
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