James Watson, the co-discoverer of DNA who claimed in October that black Africans are less intelligent than whites, is himself 16 percent African. That claim comes ... and Kari Stefansson of deCODE. C...
Slate · 10y
The University of Wisconsin anthropologist John Hawks can’t figure out why deCODE ... James Watson’s DNA. The analysis showed, in the words of the New York Times report, that Watson’s DNA “has 16 time...
According to Newsday, News that geneticist James Watson inherited 16 percent of his DNA from an African ancestor may provide the Nobel Prize winner with a new perspective on his ancestry. I’ll say! Sc...
Over at Genetic Future Dr. Daniel MacArthur points out some errors in deCODE’s interpretation services. Dr. MacArthur presumably knows his maternity, though if the X chromosome results were correct on...
The discovery of the structure of DNA in 1953 by American biologist James Watson and English physicist Francis Crick ... The tiny protein factories, ribosomes, then read the mRNA. These decode the mes...
In response to the urgency of this threat, and building upon the newly available cassava genome sequence, the Bill & Melinda Gates ... breeders to access new tools for improving a staple African crop, ...
Phys.org · 8y
Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Questi...
study.com · 15y
So has the genome of legendary biologist James Watson, who got into trouble last year for expressing gloom about African intelligence ... "Companies such as Navigenics, 23andMe, and deCODE will genoty...
Slate · 10y
Therefore, DeCODE is not infringing the patent by carrying out the tests there, and courts would have to decide whether importation of information (test results) back to the United States would consti...
Nature · 10y