The U.S. May Soon Have a De Facto National DNA Database
Could Your At-Home DNA Test Be Used to Crack a Cold Case? A Future Tense Event.
What the Backstreet Boys’ New Album Says About Genetics
Paul Manafort Does Indeed Have Gout. It’s Probably Genetic.
Now We Have to Worry About Russian Disinformation About Genetic Editing, Too
Even if It Followed Ethics Rules, Recent Genetic Editing Research Could Still Be Unethical
Two Gene-Edited Babies Were Reportedly Born in China. Where Do We Draw the Line on Medicine and Enhancement?
A Chinese Scientist Says He Has Genetically Edited Babies. Confucius Has Nothing to Do With It.
We Will Soon Be Able to Clone the Basically Extinct Northern White Rhino. But Should We?
Who Really Owns Your DNA Data? 23andMe’s Privacy Chief Explains.
By Releasing Her Genetic Information, Elizabeth Warren Is Setting a Worrying Precedent
Why So Many Native Americans Are Upset That Elizabeth Warren Tried Proving Her Ancestry With DNA
Only Radically Enhancing Humanity Can Save Us All
DNA Tests Quietly Reinforce Terrible and Scientifically Inaccurate Concepts of “Ethnicity”
Stop Talking About Race and IQ. Take It From Someone Who Did.
The Twin Astronaut’s DNA Really Did Change After a Year in Space—but Not in the Way You Think
Genetic Testing for People Is Rife With Issues. But It Might Be Awesome for Your Dog.
How the USSR’s Descent Into Pseudoscience Started and How People Fought It
Thanks to Genetic Testing, Everyone Could Soon Have a Pre-Existing Condition
Prenatal Testing Allows Parents to Ask: What Kind of Baby Do We Want?