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DNA Testing: The Disconnect Between Patients and Researchers | WSJ

– [Narrator] If you’ve taken a 23andMe test to see if you have a pre-disposition towards Alzheimer’s or used Ancestry.com to figure out if heart disease runs in your family, you’re benefiting from genetic research. That’s because those commercial DNA testing services rely on vast data sets of DNA donated by members of the public […]

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The Magical Science of Storytelling | David JP Phillips

60% of the audience believe that their decisions are rational and logical. Their conclusions, they said, every single decision you’ve taken in your entire life and you will take for the rest of your life. Every single decision is driven by emotion or instincts. That all, no exceptions. so welcome to the show, David. It’s […]

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Open & Collaborative Science Manifesto

Network-based collaboration is allowing us to re-imagine scientific research as a more open and collaborative process. This is inspiring many open science initiatives: Open access is encouraging scientists to share their data and research online. The open-source hardware movement is promoting the independent design of technology. And citizen science projects are inviting the general public […]

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