A cell tracks its chromosomes in order to split

the UK government's indifferent attitude regarding the ongoing contro

• On the lines of the Madhya Pradesh government's Gyandoot programme, Himachal Pradesh has launched a similar programme in Hamirpur district of the state. Under the programme, 25 information

Several unusual diseases afflict a Kerala village. Residents blame aerial spraying of the pesticide endosulfan by the Plantation Corporation of Kerala. Sopan Joshi listens

In people suffering a common form of leukaemia, certain chromosome abnormalities in cancer cells could help predict how quickly the disease will progress. This is the result of a study conducted in

Companies are given permission to use genetic tests to decide on insurance policy in the UK

A serious hereditary condition or genetic disease has been discovered among Indians

A new study seeks to link pollutants to the spread of prostate cancer

Don't blame your genes. Environment and lifestyle cause cancer

In a simultaneous press release issued on Monday, 26 June 2000, the Human Genome Project, an international government-funded project, and Celera Genomics (a us privately funded body) announced that they had assembled a ‘working draft’ of the human genome