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How DNA testing went from cutting edge science to everyday use

For $100, a do-it-yourself DNA testing kit will trace your ancestry back 10,000 years. Walmart sells a DNA paternity kit for just $26.99. The first human genome sequencing took 200 scientists, 13 years and $2.7 billion.

Review: The Violinist's Thumb an engaging book on DNA analysis

Ask anyone what they know about DNA, and they’re likely to tell you it’s used to catch criminals. Some might say it’s the collection of genes that makes each one of us a unique individual. Some might even mention the iconic double-helix structure of

Op-Ed: The Message We’re Missing in the Trayvon Martin Coverage

The real issue the Trayvon Martin story lays at our feet is critical. Either we change the way we perceive our fellow man or we continue down the wrong path of using an unscientific term to describe ethnicity.
 

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