Genomics, social media and the evolution of football

Genomics and social media have become tools that allow scientists to better understand the evolutionary history of an organism, a team of researchers from the University of Cambridge has found.The team from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany, along with colleagues from the US and Italy, analysed the genomes of more than […]


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How genetic heterogeneity in the genomes of humans has led to a range of clinical disorders

Genome-wide studies of the genomes across the human population have shown a range.However, it has been difficult to tease apart the role of common variants in these genetic differences.The study of genome-wide variation in clinical disorders such as schizophrenia, obesity and autism raises new questions.The team at the University of Cambridge has now tackled these […]


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