Shopian encounter: DNA samples of 3 men killed by forces match with families from Rajouri, says J&K Police
The police had initiated an inquiry after social media reports indicated that the three men were labourers from Rajouri and had gone missing in Amshipura in Jammu and Kashmir
Pentagon urges military personnel to stay away from consumer genetic testing to avoid security risks
Over the past decade, millions of Americans have purchased DNA tests through companies such as 23andMe and Ancestry with the hopes of connecting with relatives
For Rs 7000, you get a sample collection for reports on pretty much any fitness or dietary trait.
With the recently-passed DNA Profiling Bill, India could do with a tidy DNA Friend fix of its own.
For the 2019 annual letter, Bill and Melinda Gates discuss nine surprising things they didn't see coming in 2018.
DNA Bill: To ensure justice is 'gene'-uine, govt must ensure privacy of individuals is respected as well
The proposed DNA Bill does not contain safeguards for eg, on why consent will be forced or assumed, exceptions to personal consent, and guidelines on sharing DNA data across borders, which are necessary to guide the exercise of this power whilst being respectful of individual liberty
By DNA testing confiscated tusks, the team identified 3 major cartels shipping tusks out of Africa.
With more than 5 million customers, 23andMe has a trove of information about the links between genes and disease.
DNA testing to reunite immigrant families raises ethical issues and should be used only as last resort, says medical experts
The government argued that DNA testing is faster than authenticating documents, and protects children from being handed to their non-biological parent.
The results of ancestry DNA testing show that humans are hybrids at varying levels, who share a common origin | #FirstCulture
India should increase use of DNA testing with govt must setting up board for procedures, say experts
A group of experts on Tuesday urged government and police to increase the use of DNA testing in solving crimes and to set up a board which will lay down procedures and standards.
DNA testing procedures to identify bodies of 13 persons charred beyond recognition in the Puttingal Devi temple tragedy at Kollam will be carried out at the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Bio Technology (RGCB).
DNA testing is taking a bite out of the Bigfoot legend.
DNA tests will be conducted on four unidentified bodies of the nine passengers who died in Wednesday's Dehradun Express fire in Thane, near the Maharashtra-Gujarat border, an official said in Mumbai on Thursday.
While the use of DNA testing in India is on the rise, collection of evidence and the technology itself needs to be upgraded in order to keep up with times.
A 500-year-old frozen Incan mummy suffered bacterial lung infection at the time of its death, as revealed by a novel proteomics method in an ancient sample for the very first time.