Dating service to use dna
This mitochondrial DNA indicated that these ancient humans, though they looked like Neanderthals, were more genetically related (or, at least their mitochondria were) to another ancient human species, the Denisovians.
The Denisovians are a completely different, also dead, branch of the human evolutionary tree.
Four-hundred-thousand-year-old human remains found deep in the Pit of Bones — a cave 43 feet under the ground in northern Spain — could hold the secrets of our origin.
For now, however, the first analysis of ancient human genetic material has created more questions than answers.
This is the first time I've listened to one and turned it off halfway thru since all of the extra crap made it impossible to focus on the information There is no free lunch.
Out drinking with a few biologists, Jad finds out about something called CRISPR.
No, it’s not a robot or the latest dating app, it’s a method for genetic manipulation that is rewriting the way we change DNA.
I teach high school biology and we are in a unit on DNA, mutations, and genetics.
I played this podcast for my students and then had a Socratic debate about it.
whilst fighting on one front, I'd be concerned about what's happening on another front. I would hope that this sort of technology is truly used to improve the quality of life here and not purely for created for commercial greed. "With great power comes great responsibility" and this is a great power indeed.