Genetics


Should we get rid of race in genetics?


Is it ethical to investigate the genetic component of IQ?


Not nature OR nurture but nature AND nurture


Gene of the Week 2: voting preferences


Gene of the Week 1: sex offending


Have Chinese scientists discovered a “singleton gene”?


Is the UK too quick on the draw about 3-parent babies?


Genetic predisposition as a legal defence


Gene silencing technique offers hope for cure for Down syndrome


Are we fated to fight?


Family of Henrietta Lacks reaches agreement with researchers


UK to allow research into three-parent embryos


Genetics at the Supreme Court 1: patenting genes


Genetics at the Supreme Court 2: the “genetic panopticon”


Medicine students peer into their own genetic future


Evil is all in the brain. Or is it?


Save newborn blood samples, say bioethicists


Gene of the week: internet addiction


Politics is in your genes


Hungarian “racial purity” genome test slammed

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