The latest news on DNA tests
DNA fragments in mother's blood allow scientists to piece together fetal genome, check for disease.
Researchers build genetic devices to program cell actions.
These techniques spot minute variations linked to evolution, diversity and brain development.
A new discovery may allow scientists to identify bacterial "signatures" left at crime scenes.
Study finds that the Y chromosome seems to be evolving faster than the rest of the human genetic code.
Faster DNA sequencing could open the door for personalized diagnosis and treatments.
There are numerous reasons why police might want Jennifer Hromadka's DNA.
School asks for a DNA sample during the job application process but may nix the policy.
Britain's pilot DNA testing program seeks to confirm nationality for those seeking asylum.
Personal genomics companies offer forecasts of disease risk, but the science is still evolving.