State hopes DNA break will persuade judges to allow its program of collecting genetic profiles in felony arrests. The ACLU argues it shouldn’t be done until after conviction
LA killer on the loose for two decades finally found
Chess champion to be exhumed in Iceland to determine paternity of 9-year-old Jinky Young
Millions of Americans who have not been convicted of a crime will likely have their DNA added to a national database, according to a bill approved by the U.S. House
Once a voluntary DNA sample is sent in and tested, it will show the student’s ability to tolerate alcohol, absorb folic acid and metabolize lactose
DNA to power future computers - MSNBC
Engineers have long dreamed of using DNA as the backbone for the next generation of computer circuits. New research shows just how it might be done
There’s a little Neanderthal in us - Boston Globe
Neanderthals — extinct for 30,000 years — live on today in the DNA of many people because the Ice Age brutes probably mated with prehistoric humans, scientists said yesterday.
U.S. scientists have developed microscopic robots composed of DNA that can follow instructions and work together like an assembly line to make products such as particles of gold.
Scientists planning dinosaur resurrection - Daily Mail
In an extraordinary Jurassic Park- style experiment, DNA from a frozen specimen of the extinct giant was used to reproduce their blood
Body bacteria gives away identity - POPULAR SCIENCE
As it turns out, even the most obsessive-compulsive among us carry about 150 species of bacteria around on our hands, and those bacteria in turn carry a genome unique to that person, making your bacteria your identity
Ben Roethlisberger’s attorneys deny that he attacked a 20-year-old college student in a nightclub south of Atlanta March 5, but Milledgeville police have requested a DNA sample from the Super Bowl champ