GENEWATCH ARCHIVES
 
Over time, we hope to expand our GeneWatch archives to include all articles from all twenty years of our publication. In the meantime, if you are looking for an article or issue not listed here, please contact us; we may be able to send you a copy.
 
Volume 27
 
Issue 1:  Jan-Apr 2014 : Privacy in the Age of Genomics
 
Volume 26
 
Issue 5:  Nov-Dec 2013 : DNA Barcoding: The Quiet Revolution
Issue 4:  Aug-Oct 2013 : Religion & Genetics
Issue 2-3:  May-Jul 2013 : Genetics Education
Issue 1:  Jan-Mar 2013 : Genetics in Agriculture
 
Volume 25
 
Issue 5:  Oct-Nov 2012 : Genome Sequencing in Medicine
Issue 4:  Jul-Aug 2012 : Returning Results
Issue 3:  Apr-May 2012 : Genetics and Animal Biodiversity
Issue 1:  Jan-Feb 2012 : Genetics in 20 Years
 
Volume 24
 
Issue 6:  Oct-Nov 2011 : Behavioral Genetics
Issue 5:  Aug-Sep 2011 : Forensic DNA
Issue 3-4:  Jun-Jul 2011 : The Ethics of Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Issue 2:  Apr-May 2011 : Bioengineering Animals
Issue 1:  Feb-Mar 2011 : Biobanks
 
Volume 23
 
Issue 5:  Oct-Dec 2010 : Gene Patents
Issue 4:  Aug-Sep 2010 : Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing
Issue 3:  May-Jun 2010 : Genetics and Identity
Issue 2:  Mar-Apr 2010 : Biolab Safety
Issue 1:  Jan-Feb 2010 : Synthetic Biology
 
Volume 22
 
Issue 6:  Nov-Dec 2009 : Genetics and Popular Culture
Issue 5:  Sep-Oct 2009 : Cloning
Issue 3-4:  Jul-Aug 2009 : Race and Genetics
Issue 2:  Apr-May 2009 : The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
Issue 1:  Jan-Feb 2009 : Genetically Modified Foods
 
Volume 21
 
Issue 3-4:  Nov-Dec 2008 : DNA Databanks and Race
Issue 1-2:  Jun-Aug 2008 : Biotech Activism
 
Volume 20
 
Issue 6:  Nov-Dec 2007 : The New Genetics
Issue 5:  Sep-Oct 2007 : Genetic Privacy
Issue 3:  May-Jun 2007 : The Patented World
Issue 2:  Mar-Apr 2007 : Deconstructing Violence
Issue 1:  Jan-Feb 2007 : The Return of Eugenics
 
Volume 19
 
Issue 1:  Jan-Feb 2006 : Logics of Heredity
 
Volume 18
 
Issue 5:  Sep-Oct 2005 : The Future of Stem Cell Research?
 
Volume 16
 
Issue 1-2:  Jan-Feb 2003 : 20 Years of CRG
 
 
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The use of forensic DNA databases by law enforcement around the globe is expanding at a rate that should be of great concern to civil libertarians.
 
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For centuries, human societies have divided population groups into separate races. While there is no scientific basis for this, people unquestioningly accept these classifications as fact.
 
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