Medicine & TechnologyA past study revealed a link between Australasian DNA from early humans and Amazonian groups, but the most recent study has found the bloodline runs deeper than previously believed.
People in Modern Kenya and Sudan were already drinking milk products approximately 6,000 years ago. This was found in the most recent study by scientists who also said these people consumed milk even before they could digest it.
With the increased interest surrounding the design and fabrication of DNA origami nanostructures, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published a guide for beginners using existing technologies.
A new study recently found that identical twins don't share the same DNA always, opposite the common knowledge that they form the identical egg and receive the same genetic material from their parents.