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Google Alert - DNA+ANCESTRYTue Apr 24 05:18:21 EDT 2018

Blockchain meets genetic testing: DNAtix raising $30m
DNAtix, which makes it possible to use blockchain to pay for genetic tests, aims to raise $30 million in cryptocurrency in an ICO. Blockchain was the latest fashion two months ago, while the human genome was the latest fashion 20 years ago. DNAtix wants to combine these two fashions in what it hopes ...

How DNA testing has unlocked the secrets of the past for thousands of people
Growing up in Juneau, Alaska, Kyle Betit recalls how his fascination with genealogy grew from watching his own grandmother research ancestors and contact relatives from all over the world in their local library. At the age of nine, Betit began to make his own revelations and research - which eventually ...

Fond du Lac County's 'Jane Doe' will be exhumed, new reconstruction released
WAUPUN – Nearly 10 years after the body of an unidentified woman was found in a frozen creek in the town of Ashford, authorities will exhume the remains for scientific testing. The body, known as "Jane Doe," was kept in the Fond du Lac County morgue for three years before it was laid to rest at ...

Jane Doe's remains to be exhumed in hopes of identification
The goal is to give forensic anthropologists another attempt at examining her remains. The Sheriff's Office will use chemical analysis on her bones to get historical data that could lead them to geographic regions where Jane Doe resided. DNA testing will also be employed to find ancestry, eye color, hair ...

Fond du Lac County sheriff to exhume Jane Doe remains found in 2008; new image released
Furthermore, the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Office will be facilitating chemical isotope analysis on her bones which could provide historical data that could lead us to geographic regions where Jane Doe may have previously resided. Additional testing such as DNA phenotyping may also be performed.

PEROT MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE'S BEING HUMAN HALL UNDERGOES MAJOR ...
Fresh and invigorated content will center on research and discoveries spanning from the days of early ancestry, to modern-day characteristics, to the ... The central theme that guides the exhibit is that the “story of you begins with your ancestors; it travels through your DNA; it is held in your hands; ...

This popular DNA kit is at its lowest price of the year right now
People are dying to know their actual ancestry and maybe find a long-lost family member. In general, these kits are pretty fun and can give you some nifty facts about who you are, but they can also be a bit pricey. Luckily, as part of DNA Day (a national holiday?), AncestryDNA is at its lowest price of the ...

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Not only will it break down your ancestry, it will also discover your genetic health risks for diseases like Parkinson's or Alzheimer's, carrier traits for diseases like Cystic Fibrosis and Sickle Cell, report on your wellness with details like sleep patterns and lactose intolerance, and other genetic traits. April 25 ...

23andMe Wants Its DNA Data to Be Less White
The bigger its genetic database, the more insights 23andMe can glean from DNA. That, in turn, means the more it can tell customers about their ancestry and health and the more valuable the data it shares with academic scientists and sells to pharmaceutical companies for research. About 80 percent of ...

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