The technology that makes us human, the technology that enables us to have our own genomes, is a major source of our genetic information.
It’s also the one that’s been under assault by a handful of companies that are trying to use it to make products that don’t just make you smarter but that also help you live longer and healthier.
In short, we have a genetic history to help us understand ourselves.
But what if we could use that history to make ourselves healthier?
The genetic technologies that make us human also make us less susceptible to disease.
We’re also more likely to live longer.
The truth is, it’s not the technology itself that makes a human.
It is what we do with that technology.
I’ve been a journalist for nearly two decades and I’ve covered a lot of science-related issues.
And I’ve always been fascinated by the stories that come out of the technology behind it.
One of the best stories I ever wrote was about the genome.
I wrote about how we’ve developed the technology to decode our DNA and to make it more broadly accessible to the world.
That technology, in turn, allowed us to learn more about ourselves, our bodies, and the health of people around the world who are struggling to live long and healthy lives.
I’ve spent the last decade documenting the rise of genetic engineering, the process that’s enabling these new technologies.
I’m glad to be able to tell you about some of the more surprising advances in genetics and biotechnology.
But let’s start with something you probably haven’t heard about.
What is the genome?
If you’ve ever looked up your family tree, you’ve probably found it somewhere on the internet.
It might have pictures of your great-grandparents, a family tree that’s shared across generations, or the birth names of famous people.
But what you probably don’t know is that the DNA of your ancestors is a very small piece of the puzzle.
It consists of millions of tiny pieces, all of which can be mapped and analyzed.
A tiny piece of your DNA means that your great grandfather is related to you.
And your great grandmother is related you.
But they each have different sets of genes, and they are all very different.
In fact, your great grandma has no genes for your great grandpa, and your great aunt has none for your grandpa.
As a result, you have the potential to be a totally different person from your great grandparents.
For instance, you may not know that you have an inherited form of the genetic condition called Down syndrome.
It affects about 1 in 1,000 people, and it can cause profound developmental delays.
Scientists have now mapped a part of your genome that can be used to predict how Down syndrome develops.
And in a few years, they’ll be able for the first time to make you a candidate for Down syndrome treatment.
You might also have a slightly different set of genes than you had when you were born.
And these are all things that can predict your lifespan.
If your genetic profile is similar to a population that is less genetically diverse, you might be more susceptible to diseases.
If you’re related to a few people who are more likely than others to develop a particular disease, you’re more likely also to develop that disease.
And if you have a large number of inherited diseases, you can be at a higher risk of dying of those diseases.
In short: genetic engineering can make you healthier, but you’re also going to have to deal with a very different set (or at least a different set) of genes in order to live a long and successful life.
And the way to deal that genetic risk is to be more careful with what you eat, how you sleep, and how you exercise.
Here are some of my favorite science-based articles about genetic engineering and longevity.
The genetic origins of life Scientists discovered the existence of the human genome about five years ago, and for the next several years, we’ve been investigating how the genetic information it contained—about our genomes, our genes, our health, and our moods—can be used for life-saving medical applications.
When it comes to genes, scientists have already begun to understand that their activity is closely related to our health.
But scientists have also been working to understand the underlying processes that make genes work, and what that means for human health.
One way to think about this is that genetic engineering involves changing the fundamental way genes are made.
This means that genes aren’t just functional parts of the body.
They are, in fact, part of our DNA.
They’re actually the foundation of our body.
Our genes are very small, so they’re able to change quite quickly.
The next big challenge for scientists is how we can manipulate this very small genetic code in order for it to work better.
That’s where the technology