Your world will never be the same.
Your world will never be the same.
Nothing can prepare you for what you are about to see.
You’ll never look at Kanye West’s “Clique” the same way again.
Do you know what happens while you’re dreaming?
This spring, the Supreme Court will decide whether human genes can be patented by corporations. The answer should obviously be no.
No, it didn’t get in there *that* way.
After spending years claiming that Lindsay’s dad was her biological father, 17-year-old Ashley Horn comes face-to-face with Michael Lohan as DNA results are finally revealed on the daytime talk show Trisha.
And two it can. Bad news everyone, DNA has a half-life of 521 years so no Dinotopia future for us.
When a woman gets pregnant with a male fetus, bits of its DNA can get in her brain and stay there. Weirdly, they might be good for her.
This is fascinating. BRB, gathering up supplies to try this out.
Scientist-turned-artist molecularmuse makes some pretty awesome friendship necklaces based on DNA and RNA base pairings. Dear BFF: just so you know, you are totally the cytosine to my guanine. And that’s the way it always will be.
You can have your own Kenneth Reitz Clone! Genome License has interesting restrictions on DNA. View Image ›
Sexy nurses used as DNA bait.
Some say 37.5MB, some say much more. The data throughput on the human penis is like whoa. View List ›
What it lacks in dinosaurs, it makes up for in rapping DNA (at the 14:00 mark). Part 2 below. Watch Video ›
Be careful what you ask for on the Internet. Sometimes even an honest response can make you feel pretty stupid. View Image ›
Everyone’s chain mail-forwarding family members are searching for pictures of the Human Dog hybrid this morning. It’s a sculpture called “The Young Family” by Patricia Piccinini, and is her depiction of what a hu-dog would look like with combined DNA. The real-life scientific hu-dog sample died in a North Korean prison camp years ago. Wait, what? View Image ›
Meet the ten volunteers for the Personal Genome Project, who are having all of their medical info and genome sequence published online. The PGP project aims to bring some of the thorny questions of personalized medicine — based on a person’s DNA — out into the open. Read More ›
The New Scientist tests out two different DNA partner-matching services. Love: It’s actually all about body odor and genes.
Get your whole DNA make-up mapped next year for the low, low price of $5,000. Doesn’t it seem like we’re living in the future sometimes? Read More ›
Stephen Colbert is all set to have his DNA blasted off into space, as part of a human time capsule dubbed “Operation Immortality”. In the ever-more-likely scenario that Earth is destroyed, Stephen Colbert will live on amongst the aliens to represent humanity. But he’s not the only one up there! His DNA will be joined by other celebs like Kevin Rose, Robert Scoble, and American Gladiator Beast! Read More ›
Five years after his father’s body was initially found and cremated (without the authorities conducting an actual DNA test), one man witnessed his dad alive and well…on daytime TV! It’s quite an amazing story, especially now that John Renehan has reunited with his father, helping him piece together his past. Less amazing? An urn filled with the ashes of a stranger. That’s, like, begging for nightmares. Read More ›
Scientists have discovered a gene in human males that regulates vasopressin and predicts whether they’ll be good at long-term relationships. Can we submit Don Draper to a DNA test to find out? Read More ›
Lonely? This dating service will find you a match based on the genetic compatibility of your DNA. In fact, they call themselves the world’s “first global DNA matching service.” Is it too soon to also call them the last? Read More ›
Twins born to a mixed-race couple in Germany have two different skin colors. Doctors are calling it a rare combination of genes, but I just call it two cute babies. Their names are Ryan and Leo. View Image ›