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1 Sarah Buhr @sarahbuhr 19,756 Sarah Buhr, sir. I write for TechCrunch. Send me great stories and tips at
5 months ago Cofactor Genomics pulls in $18 million with the aim to save lives through RNA research
6 months ago Confirmed: Color Genomics is in the final stages of an $80 million Series C financing round
2 Alessandra Potenza @ale_potenza 2,787 Deputy Science Editor @verge. Science and space junkie. I cover the environment, health + weird creatures. @ColumbiaJourn grad.
2 months ago This gene therapy stopped mice from going deaf — and could save some humans’ hearing too
3 months ago Experimental new technique aims to edit man's DNA inside his own body
3 John Timmer @j_timmer 9,390 Chief science wrangler for Ars Technica. Writes, edits, and teaches science communications.
3 months ago Life, but not as we know it
6 months ago Researchers encode malware in DNA, compromise DNA sequencing software
4 Angela Chen @chengela 3,296 Reporting on science @Verge, prev WSJ, Guardian, CHE; essays @CatapultStory. My book, ACE, out from Beacon in 2019. I one-box in Newcomb's paradox.
3 months ago Sorry, yetis are just bears
3 months ago I paid $300 for DNA-based fitness advice and all I got was junk science
5 Mashable 2 months ago Could Chico be a Jack Russell Terrier?
2 months ago This mutt has a complex doggy DNA that stumped everyone
6 Rachel Becker @RA_Becks 2,222 Science journalist for @verge. Tweets mine, RTs & likes≠endorsements.
7 months ago The 'three-parent baby' fertility doctor needs to stop marketing the procedure, FDA says
7 months ago Why do dogs love us? Geneticists hunt for DNA clues
7 Eric Johnson @HeyHeyESJ 6,561 Producer, @Recode Radio | Co-host, @geekvsn00b | Email:
5 months ago Is it safe to give your genetic data to 23andMe?
2 years ago You’re in Charge of Your Own DNA (Anne Wojcicki, CEO, 23andMe)
8 David Moye @dmoyeweirdnews 4,163 Staff writer for HuffPost Weird News. Always looking for weird news. Contact me at Facebook, not here. NOT THE BRITISH SOCCER COACH
6 months ago DNA From Unflushed Toilet Flushes Out Burglary Suspect
9 months ago Accused Shooter Allegedly Poops On His Arrest Warrant
9 Devin Coldewey @kateconger 8,847 I write about policy and security for @gizmodo. DMs open, say hi! Previously: @techcrunch.
4 months ago Disputed DNA analysis software’s code open for inspection after court order
6 months ago Malicious code written into DNA infects the computer that reads it
10 Priscilla Frank @badgirlpripri 8,137 Arts & culture reporter @HuffPost
8 months ago What Happens When Chelsea Manning's DNA Becomes An Artist's Material?
10 months ago Artist Crowdfunds Over $11K To Paint A Plagiarized Mural Of Michelle Obama
11 Tony Lee 3 months ago Scientists created a Tetris game powered by jellyfish DNA
7 months ago Glowing beer is a thing thanks to biohacking technology
12 Connie Loizos @Cookie 9,429 silicon valley editor @techcrunch, founder @strictlyvc, panini press enthusiast. tips to
9 months ago Guardant Health adds $360 million to its war chest
a year ago In liquid biopsy race, Freenome lands $65 million, led by Andreessen Horowitz
13 Bryan Clark @bryanclark 5,952 US Editor @thenextweb. Crushing tacos & typos. Fueled by a hatred of email. Reporter of things tech-related. Tweet me your fav GIF. Tips:
7 months ago Researchers just spliced an animated GIF into live bacteria — for science
a year ago Study: Living in space could reverse a key aspect of aging
14 Annalee Newitz @Annaleen 30,114 Writing some books about science and history. Author of Autonomous. Founder of io9. Editor-at-large for Ars Technica. Eater of noodles. She/her or they/them.
7 months ago 1,000-year-old German dinner reveals long-distance Viking trade routes
7 months ago Genetic evidence suggests the Canaanites weren’t destroyed after all
15 Maria Gallucci 10 months ago Powerful gene-editing tool can eliminate HIV infection in mice
a year ago Chill out, woolly mammoths aren't coming back just yet