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It’s 16 years since the last genetic identification of Alzheimer’s factors. This is potentially huge, as at least 1 in 4 cases of Alzheimers are known to have a strong genetic component, and it has long been suspected that other gene clusters are very important factors in the development of the disease.
I caught some of an interview on RN yesterday morning with an erudite bioscience type, who made some very nice distinctions about what does and does not constitute evolution, including the provocative statement that in the West, humans have virtually stopped evolving as the term is normally understood (there are caveats and clarifications).
Firstly, how creepy is the company logo? Secondly, this interview shows that they’ve actually been around since last year, so it’s not new-new. Thirdly, let’s give this chap Eric Holzle credit for at least renovating the old idea of computerised… Read More ›