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8 May 2018, Futurism
There’s a lot that we as a species could learn about ourselves by analyzing a crap-ton of people’s genomes. We could, for example, better understand how to treat health conditions with a genetic component, from cancer to depression…..Read more >>>
19 March 2018, benthamsgaze.org
In 2014, Harvard professor and geneticist George Church said: “‘Preserving your genetic material indefinitely’ is an interesting claim. The record for storage of non-living DNA is now 700,000 years….Read more >>>