Lawrence McKinney, 60, is now fighting for $1 million compensation. His lawyer said compensation cannot, however, give him him life back
Shayla Love’s mother and grandparents lived through a brutal period in Chinese history – now she wants to know what biological traces of their experiences she carries within her today
While hair is routinely collected at crime scenes, it isn’t really used as forensic evidence anymore. A group of researchers are determined to change that
Educational genomics could mean bespoke curriculums can be created based on a pupil’s DNA
Depression should be thought of more like heart disease and cancer says Sarah Bailey, where small changes in a number of genes contribute to the development of the illness instead of looking for just one gene that causes it
Scotland Yard hopes new lead could provide crucial witness to the notorious crime in 1993
Two of the new species are now 'some of the most endangered large mammals in the world'
The Great Plague of London killed almost a quarter of the city's population at the time
Researchers say findings are a 'challenge' to the idea that using a donor egg can prevent the transmission of faulty mitochondrial DNA, but other experts sound an optimistic note
Research could 'potentially serve as a curative approach for patients with HIV', scientist says
'It should be a great relief that the eugenics possibilities are rather limited because the effects are rather tiny'
Melanie Road, 17, was found in a pool of blood at 5.30am on June 9 in 1984
'To me it's just a blank space that everyone else seems to have'
He was wrongfully convicted of a crime in 1982
The foundry will give a significant boost to the fledgling but rapidly-developing world of synthetic biology
DNAfit has worked with Olympians, tapping into their strengths and weaknesses to help them train and eat accordingly