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Why Are Scientists So Upset About the First Crispr Babies? – The New York Times

Why Are Scientists So Upset About the First Crispr Babies?  The New York Times The gene-edited Chinese twins represent a multi-generational ethical quandary  Popular Science Column: Gene-edited babies raise deep ethical concerns  The Columbus Dispatch A Chinese scientist says he edited babies’ genes. What are the rights of the genetically modified child?  The Washington Post CRISPR Scientists Slam Methods […]

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Who Were the Original Siamese Twins? – New York Times

New York Times Who Were the Original Siamese Twins?New York TimesBorn in 1811 on a houseboat in Siam, now Thailand, connected at the sternum and with their livers fused, they would become history's most famous conjoined siblings — the first Siamese twins. The work of describing their lives, which could so easily … conjoined twins […]

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Who Were the Original Siamese Twins? – New York Times

New York Times Who Were the Original Siamese Twins?New York TimesBorn in 1811 on a houseboat in Siam, now Thailand, connected at the sternum and with their livers fused, they would become history's most famous conjoined siblings — the first Siamese twins. The work of describing their lives, which could so easily … conjoined twins […]

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‘Inseparable’ Finds Pride, Indignity and Irony in the Lives of Siamese Twins Chang and Eng – New York Times

New York Times 'Inseparable' Finds Pride, Indignity and Irony in the Lives of Siamese Twins Chang and EngNew York TimesThe 19th-century lives of Chang and Eng Bunker, the original “Siamese twins,” were all the more extraordinary for how ordinary they became — at least according to what the times, and their conjoined bodies, would allow. […]

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Lesbian and her straight identical twin sister may hold key to human sexuality – New York Post

New York Post Lesbian and her straight identical twin sister may hold key to human sexualityNew York PostThe new research will build on previous scientific studies that searched for signs of how sexuality, such as gender-atypical mannerisms of behavior, manifests before puberty. Academics have struggled to produce concrete results in the past due to …and […]

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Lesbian and her straight identical twin sister may hold key to human sexuality – New York Post

New York Post Lesbian and her straight identical twin sister may hold key to human sexualityNew York PostThe new research will build on previous scientific studies that searched for signs of how sexuality, such as gender-atypical mannerisms of behavior, manifests before puberty. Academics have struggled to produce concrete results in the past due to …and […]

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Lesbian and her straight identical twin sister may hold key to human sexuality – New York Post

New York Post Lesbian and her straight identical twin sister may hold key to human sexualityNew York PostThe new research will build on previous scientific studies that searched for signs of how sexuality, such as gender-atypical mannerisms of behavior, manifests before puberty. Academics have struggled to produce concrete results in the past due to …and […]

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Study of How We Look at Faces May Offer Insight Into Autism – The … – New York Times

New York Times Study of How We Look at Faces May Offer Insight Into Autism – The …New York TimesResearchers studied where toddlers focused their eyes when watching a video in order to find the genetic underpinnings of brain development and autism.In autism, genes drive early eye gaze abnormalities | Washington …Washington University School of […]

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Study of How We Look at Faces May Offer Insight Into Autism – The … – New York Times

New York Times Study of How We Look at Faces May Offer Insight Into Autism – The …New York TimesResearchers studied where toddlers focused their eyes when watching a video in order to find the genetic underpinnings of brain development and autism.In autism, genes drive early eye gaze abnormalities | Washington …Washington University School of […]

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Study of How We Look at Faces May Offer Insight Into Autism – New York Times

Spectrum Study of How We Look at Faces May Offer Insight Into AutismNew York TimesI thought I might have mistakenly matched data from the same twin.” With the children with autism, the researchers found that, compared with typically developing toddlers, they spent significantly less time looking at faces and more time looking at …Genetics guides […]

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