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Is your genome really your own?

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The public and forensic value of DNA WHEN JOSEPH DeANGELO was arrested in the United States last month over a series of 30-year-old murders and assaults, attention quickly focused on how the suspect was found. In their search for the so-called “Golden State Killer”, police looked for DNA matches on a public

From testosterone to dogs, and physics for babies

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Five fascinating books from 2017 By George Aranda, Deakin University. IN MY MILD-MANNERED persona as an academic in science education, I teach and research ways that science can be better taught in Australia and globally. But every year I also explore the world of science books. I scope what’s new and interesting for