http://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech/ancient-dna-indicates-massive-migration-to-europe-4-500-years-ago-1.2261396 A wave of migrants from the eastern fringes of Europe some 4,500 years ago left their trace in the DNA — and possibly the languages — of modern Europeans, according to a new study. Scientists discovered evidence of this Stone Age migration by analyzing DNA of 69 people who lived across Europe between 8,000 and … Continue reading Ancient DNA indicates massive migration to Europe 4,500 years ago
http://hdnews.net/opinion/hauxwell020915 Synthetic organisms, created in a lab, are unlike anything occurring in nature. Existing natural organisms can serve as a framework into which extra genes (plucked from other natural organisms) are inserted. The foreign genes usually function normally in their new host, without disrupting the host's own vital processes. Thanks to a common evolutionary heritage, jellyfish … Continue reading GMO humans have arrived will they be angels or demons?
http://rt.com/usa/227967-dna-genetic-analysis-disease/ A new $215 million US government proposal would seek more than 1 million American volunteers for analysis of their genetic information in an initiative to fight disease, while developing targeted health care based on one’s DNA. Officials hope the biobank project, announced Friday by President Barack Obama, can merge existing genetic studies with a … Continue reading Got genes: Obama proposes genetic biobank of 1mn Americans’ DNA to fight disease
http://www.pymnts.com/news/2015/next-in-id-verification-behavioral-biometrics/#.VMr6-dLF-pV The current height in identity verification on the Web is passwords, fingerprints and iris recognition. But the process may move out of the realm of the physical altogether. The U.S. military is developing a new “cognitive” identity verification system at West Point that could ultimately replace passwords, fingerprints and iris recognition systems for Web users. … Continue reading Next in ID Verification: Behavioral Biometrics
worldtruth.tv Among the many mysteries of human biology is why complex diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and psychiatric disorders are so difficult to predict and, often, to treat. An equally perplexing puzzle is why one individual gets a disease like cancer or depression, while an identical twin remains perfectly healthy. Now scientists have discovered … Continue reading JUNK DNA IS NOT JUNK AFTER ALL
Harvard Professor Margo Seltzer warned that miniature mosquito drones will one day forcibly extract your DNA on behalf of the government and insurance companies as she told elitists at the World Economic Forum in Davos that privacy was dead. Seltzer, a professor in computer science at Harvard University, told attendees, “Privacy as we knew it in … Continue reading GOVERNMENT MOSQUITO DRONES WILL EXTRACT YOUR DNA
http://www.naturalnews.com/048344_GMO_regulations_genome_editing_biotech_companies.html Before you protest against genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and march against everything which they stand for, it’s important to know some of the many ways in which companies and their scientists are modifying nature, patenting it, and profiting from it. First, there’s the most controversial method of genetic engineering which uses genes from an … Continue reading Biotech companies to use “genome editing” to circumvent GMO regulations
Human Animal Hybrids Exist! Animal human hybrids, secret lab experiments, future technology, ancient codes; it’s all here! Have you ever noticed the eye and the pyramid on the U.S. dollar bill? Tom Horn presents evidence that these are “codes” and symbols of high-level Freemasons, and their purpose is to evoke and welcome the coming of … Continue reading MUST WATCH! Human Animal Hybrids Exist!
Highlander news - by Quinn Minten A new startup company, Cambrian Genomics, has enabled the average citizen to modify or create DNA, literally inventing new life forms. Cambrian, the brainchild of Austin Heinz, has found funding from a variety of venture capitalists, raising $10 million to expand the business. Currently, most of Cambrian’s orders come … Continue reading Why Jurassic Park is closer than you think
International Business Times - Jayalakshmi K In a first, the Johns Hopkins team used the techniques to modify and tailor human-induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). The genome editing method uses an enzyme that pins together DNA with a piece of small RNA that guides the tool to where researchers want to introduce changes in the genome. … Continue reading Stem cells engineered using genome editing technology