The number of people who have had their DNA analyzed with direct-to-consumer tests more than doubled during 2017, and now exceeds 12 million according to industry estimates.
A genomics startup co-founded by genetics pioneer George Church said yesterday that it seeks to lead the genomic data market by utilizing blockchain technology.
Reading the whole genetic blueprint of a fetus long before birth could become a routine procedure thanks to a new blood test.
A new consumer genomics test offers families immediately actionable information aimed at furthering the health of their youngest family members.
During the Festival of Genomics London, global biotech company, Dante Labs announced the launch of its privately funded 10,000 European Genome Project.
23andMe’s ancestry tests and those from three other companies produce drastically different results, according to Kristen Brown, writing for Gizmodo.
As a part of an effort to understand what health issues might be particular to people in the Nevada region, The Healthy Nevada Project is planning to sequence the DNA of 40,000 Nevadans.
How consumer genetic testing companies actually use your DNA is often less than clear and made more opaque through legal jargon and vagaries.
23andMe have announced a large-scale study designed to uncover the genetic reasons why people respond differently to diet and exercise regimes.
Thanks to their vertical solution, no one will need to guess who owns and has access to their genetic data.
The largest organisation of scientists who work in gene and cell therapy have come out against DIY gene therapies.
Christmas shoppers in search of a thoughtful gift that “is personal and says a lot” about the recipient may have just outdone themselves.