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Is schizophrenia written in our genes?

Many of the genes and transcripts associated with schizophrenia are only found in humans, which makes studying the disorder difficult. But scientists are slowly making progress.
Scientific evidence shows overwhelmingly that people across the world are genetic refugees from Africa. Shutterstock

How science has been abused through the ages to promote racism

Despite science refuting the existence of different human races, people have used "race" throughout history to divide and denigrate certain people while promoting their claims of superiority.
The accuracy of gene editing will be the deciding factor in the success of current technology. Genes by Shutterstock

Explainer: what has been holding gene therapy back?

A toddler from London has had gene therapy for leukaemia and it seems to have worked. But why have breakthroughs taken so long?
Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness. AAP Image/Alan Porritt

Gene breakthrough brings glaucoma drugs a step closer

Scientists have discovered that the high pressure in the eye that occurs with most common forms of glaucoma can trigger two genes that work together to cause vision loss, which may help pave the way for new glaucoma drugs.

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