Wei Hsi “Ariel” Yeh dedicated her research in chemistry to solving some of the vast genetic mysteries behind hearing loss.
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Fewer off-target edits and greater targeting scope bring gene editing technology closer to treating human diseases.
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An analysis of 20 butterfly genomes found evidence that many butterfly species — including distantly related species — show a surprisingly high amount of gene flow between them, Harvard researchers found.
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A new study finds that being genetically programmed to rise early may lead to greater well-being and a lower risk of schizophrenia and depression.
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