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Genetic evidence suggests there’s a little Neanderthal in all of us.
Cheap sequencing technology is flooding the world with genomic data. Can we handle the deluge?
A proposed project to sequence the microorganisms that inhabit our bodies could have a huge impact on human health.
Francis Collins’s book offers optimism but no grand plan.
Probing the salamander genome reveals clues to its remarkable ability to regrow damaged limbs and organs.
Unlike other systems, Ion Torrent’s technology promises to improve in step with advances in electronics—and it’s already proving useful for public health.
A cheap new machine to read DNA could allow many more labs to start sequencing.
Genomics pioneer Leroy Hood says a coming revolution in medicine will bring enormous new opportunities.
The findings cast doubt on a promising alternative to the use of embryonic stem cells in medicine.