By: Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer
Published: 12/03/2012 11:58 AM EST on LiveScience
Several "brainy" genes that were duplicated in a tiny sea...
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Do new discoveries in human genomics have any significance for the dialogue between science and religion in general, or for our sense of human uniqueness in particular?
DNA in a test tube is prosaic: the "stuff of life" looks a lot like what emerges from a child's runny nose. But there has long been something taboo in that tube.
At the age of 65, my grandfather the manager of a leather tannery in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin, suffered a severe heart attack. He had chest pains and wa...
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