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Links 1 through 10 of 4111 Jason Malloy's Bookmarks

Government scientists want a million volunteers to share the secrets of their genes and lives for a research project into the causes and cures of disease

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What a recent high-profile study about police shootings got wrong

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The ability to quickly alter the code of life has given us unprecedented power over the natural world. Should we use it?

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A professor of neuroscience says it will one day be possible to live on in a computer after death

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The ticking of the bodyclock can help us fight cancer, safeguard our hearts, time our meals, and enhance our intelligence

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Movement of genes across and between microorganism species could influence humans’ susceptibility to disease

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Will automation kill the middle class—and democracy with it?

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Just a few years ago, only a few doctors turned to fecal transplants, typically as a last resort. But in randomized trials, the procedure has proved remarkably effective against potentially fatal infections of bacteria known as Clostridium difficile

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As nations grow richer, birth rates fall and immigrant labor rises—robbing workers of a sense of security and sowing cultural conflict

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