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Monkeypox found to have 'accelerated evolution,' more than it should
Monkeypox outbreaks have now been recorded in 50+ countries, and genetic analysis reveals it is mutating 6-12x faster than normal.
Elon Musk considers how to put all of humanity's DNA into storage
Elon Musk has weighed in on creating complete human reference DNA sequence genomes and putting them into a storage system.
Gene editing tools can now alter social behavior, including aggression
Researchers have used CRISPR-Cas9 to knockout Avpr1a receptors in hamsters, eliminating vasopressin's social behavior regulation.
Scientists have finally made the first complete human genome sequence
Scientists from the Telomere-to-Telomere (T2T) consortium have created a new complete human genome sequence, dubbed T2T-CHM13.
Largest single family tree ever created by researchers
Researchers from the Oxford Big Data Institute have created the world's largest family tree, including almost 27 million members.
Humans are slowly losing their sense of smell, new research indicates
New research indicates that changes to the genes responsible for scent receptors are decreasing human sensitivity to smells.
Massive genome sequencing project of all known species' begins
The Earth BioGenome Project (EBP) is starting work on sequencing the DNA of all 1.8 million named animal, plant and fungi species.
DNA mutations may not be as random as we thought, new study shows
Scientists from UC Davis and the Max Planck Institute have identified a non-random pattern in DNA mutations of thale cress plants.
New biosensors allow CRISPR gene edits to be seen with the naked eye
As gene editing technologies improve, a new biosensor has been produced to show the activity of the most prolific one yet, CRISPR.
Real-life hydra regrow their heads, new research details how
New research describes how real-life hydra can use epigenetics to regenerate their heads, rendering them effectively immortal.
More CRISPR-like gene editing tools discovered
CRISPR shook up the world with its gene-editing potential in the last few years; now the possibilities are even more numerous.
DNA study reveals a percentage of the human genome isn't 'human'
A new DNA study has found that less than 2% of the human genome is actually 'human' and that we share genetic code with two groups.
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