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New technology reveals how DNA molecules pack themselves inside a cell nucleus.
By validating an emerging technology, two new genomic studies offer hope for the fight against disease.
Ten volunteers may reveal their genetic and medical data.
The founders of startup 23andMe want to know your genome.
Consumers have a right to their genomes.
George Church wants to sequence your genome.
Chunks of shuffled DNA in the human genome could underlie many diseases.
Craig Venter sails his yacht around the world and returns with the genetic code for 6 million never-before-seen proteins.
In your DNA are clues to your health, your ancestry, and maybe even your purchasing preferences.
A big-picture view of microbial DNA should help public health officials, genome scientists, and possibly medical researchers.