• phys.org | 3/5/2019 | Staff
    With new genome analysis tools, scientists have made significant advances in our understanding of modern humans' origins and ancient migrations. But trying to find ancient DNA, let alone prove that...
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  • ScienceDaily | 1/24/2019 | Staff
    Researchers from the China National GeneBank, BGI, and the Forestry Bureau of Ruili, China have sampled and sequenced 761 samples, representing 689 vascular plant species from 137 families and 49...
    293 views hakimi308
  • ScienceDaily | 10/4/2018 | Staff
    The analysis also allowed researchers to reconstruct the recent movement and intermarriage of different ethnic groups in China, and promises to help identify genes that make people susceptible to...
    250 views Cocoa_Candy12
  • phys.org | 10/3/2018 | Staff
    The genomes of 25 UK species have been read for the first time by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators. The 25 completed genome sequences, announced today (4 October)...
    516 views dewby
  • phys.org | 8/23/2018 | Staff
    Corn stalks rustle and tractors trundle along, their wheels grinding into the Kansas soil. While it seems like farmers and machinery conduct most of the work on a modern farm, much of the heavy...
    773 views doona07
  • ScienceDaily | 6/21/2018 | Staff
    Treponema pallidum is a bacterium that affects humans worldwide, causing, among other diseases, syphilis and yaws. In particular, sexually transmitted syphilis is regarded as a re-emerging...
    529 views iceyy
  • phys.org | 5/17/2018 | Staff
    We continue to improve our ability to read, write, and edit DNA on larger and larger scales. GP-write wants to gather and coordinate the global enthusiasm around large-scale genome engineering to...
    402 views newusr01
  • www.archaeology.org | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    (© I. Crevecoeur)LEIPZIG, GERMANY—Seeker reports that scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology have sequenced the genomes of five Neanderthals who lived between 39,000...
    273 views mel4
  • phys.org | 3/22/2018 | Staff
    Approximately 340 million metric tons of soybeans are produced globally each year, with the market for soybeans worth $40 billion in the U.S. alone. Having a map of soybean genes is key for...
    423 views smilingbear

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