Mosquito-borne disease eradication is serious stuff for Alphabet.
It was increasingly inevitable that one day scientists would alter the DNA of an unborn person.
New paper suggests a mass database might help shield privacy.
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DNA Testing Company Gets Call to Help ID California Fire Victims
The failure was a mix of technology and biology, Verily said in a blog post announcing the program’s closure.
Searching For a Cure to PTSD at Burning Man
Biohacking a Ripped Frog
A genealogist and a data science company are solving cold cases and finding the unfindable.
Amgen Boosts Outlook as Headache Drug Shines, Sales Top Forecast
Gilead Boosts Outlook Even as Sales Slide and CEO Hunt Continues
Amgen Cuts Cholesterol Drug’s Price 60% After Weak Sales
Amgen Puts $66 Million Into Maker of Pocket-Sized DNA Sequencer
With Consumer DNA Boom, Data Can Identify Those Who Never Tested
Illumina-Backed Startup Asks SEC to Let It Pay People for DNA
The law requires a company with five directors to have at least two female members by 2021.
Genetic-Testing Startup Expands Beyond Cancer to Mental Health
Josiah Zayner will sell you a frog biohacking kit for $499.
Gilead Executive Exodus Speeds Up as Pressure for New Hit Grows
DNA Protection Pledges Fail to Address Main Concerns on Data Use
China's Booming Genetic-Testing Market Is Lighting Up Illumina