Clips on 'dna'

The Benefits of Time-Restricted Eating

2:11 · Fasting Q&A with Dr. Rhonda Patrick and Mike Maserview episode

FoundMyFitness
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Even If You Were Raised By a Different Family, Your Personality Would Be Similar

2:47 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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The Hallmarks of Magnesium Deficiency

3:12 · Dr. Rhonda Patrick - New Omega3, sulforaphane research, and more!view episode

The Kevin Rose Show
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The After On Podcast
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Jennifer Doudna Insists CRISPR Be Used Only When Medically Necessary

2:50 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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A Chinese Scientist Used CRISPR to Create Two Designer Babies

3:38 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Martine Rothblatt Led Efforts to Protect Autonomy Rights in Genetic Information

3:10 · #487: Dr. Martine Rothblatt — The Incredible Polymath of Polymathsview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Ben Greenfield's Longevity Toolkit: NAD Injections & Sirtuin-Rich Foods

2:49 · 609 - How to optimize your brain, sex life, and body with Ben Greenfieldview episode

The James Altucher Show
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The More You Give, The More You Live

2:57 · TOMS Founder Blake Mycoskie: The More You Give, The More You Liveview episode

Big Questions with Cal Fussman
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Jennifer Doudna & Emmanuelle Charpentier Raced Feng Zhang to File a Patent for CRISPR

3:31 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Why Walter Made Jennifer Doudna the Subject of 'The Codebreaker'

1:46 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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The Similarities Between Jennifer Doudna & Benjamin Franklin

2:28 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Jennifer Doudna's Curiosity Makes Her a Stellar Scientist

2:57 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Curiosity-Driven Science Helped Jennifer Doudna Co-Discover CRISPR

2:39 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Ben Franklin & Jennifer Doudna's Curiosity Was Driven By a Sense of Wonder

2:40 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Enforcing CRISPR Gene Editing Use Cases Will Be Difficult

2:24 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Walter Isaacson Hopes 'The Codebreaker' Inspires New Generations of Scientists

2:14 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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COVID-19 Provoked a Quantum Leap in Vaccine Development Tech

2:21 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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With Regards to CRISPR, Ask 'Why Not?'

4:20 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Racing to Understand How RNA Functions Catapulted COVID-19 Vaccine Development

0:53 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Deadly Viruses or Super Soldiers Could Be Made With CRISPR

1:54 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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The Atom, Bit, & Gene Are the Three Fundamental Kernels of Our Existence

2:07 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Scientists Are Motivated By Curiosity & Improving the World

1:23 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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The Molecule Is the New Microchip; How Does This Change Computer Science Education?

4:47 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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CRISPR Could Create Designer Babies Who Don't Lose Muscle Mass With Age

2:50 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Walter Isaacson Recalls Reading 'The Double Helix' By James Watson

1:29 · #503: Walter Isaacson on CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Raceview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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The Purified Protein Vaccine Approach Was Used to Make Flublok

1:47 · Paul Offit, M.D.: An expert perspective on COVID-19 vaccinesview episode

The Peter Attia Drive
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The Joe Rogan Experience
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The Joe Rogan Experience
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A Water Droplet Has More Memory Space Than a Room Full of Hard Drives

3:24 · 125: 'Down to Earth' Star on Water Hacks to Optimize Your Hydration, and Traveling the World with Zac Efron | Darin Olienview episode

The Genius Life
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Heritability Describes How DNA Differences Influence Trait Variations

3:58 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Alcoholism Is 40% Heritable: Inherited DNA Differences Cause 40% of Its Variance

2:02 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Sam Recommends Robert Plomin's Book, 'Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are'

1:20 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Genetics Is Largely Responsible for Differences in Physical Characteristics

1:55 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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A College Course Hooked Robert Plomin on Behavioral Genetics

2:32 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Genetic Differences Account for 1% of Body Mass Index Variations

1:45 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Genetics Are Important, But Your Environment Also Plays a Role

4:38 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Polygenic Scores Allow Scientists to Predict Genetic Trait Variances

1:31 · #211 — The Nature of Human Nature - Robert Plominview episode

Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Making Sense with Sam Harris
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Making Sense with Sam Harris
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How Does Coronavirus Genetic Material Compare to a Human Gene?

1:35 · Stanley Perlman, M.D., Ph.D.: Insights from a coronavirus expert on COVID-19 - Stanley Perlman, MDview episode

The Peter Attia Drive
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Adequate Micronutrient Intake Is Essential for Optimal Health

2:20 · A Scientific Guide to Living Longer, Feeling Happier, & Eating Healthier with Dr. Rhonda Patrickview episode

The School of Greatness
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Personalized Nutrition Recommendations Through Microbiome & DNA Testing Are Inaccurate

0:39 · How Not To Diet With Michael Greger, MD - Michael Greger, M.D.view episode

The Rich Roll Podcast
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Viruses Hijack Your Energy Systems to Survive, Reproduce, and Pass on Their Genes

2:29 · 99: COVID-19, Immune Supplements, Quarantine Wellness, and Audience Q&A | Molly Maloof, MDview episode

The Genius Life
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The Three Types of COVID-19 Tests: PCR, Antibody, & DNA Sequencing

4:13 · How Harvard Researcher David Sinclair (and Dave Asprey) Manage COVID-19 Riskview episode

Bulletproof Radio
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Many Plant Molecules Damage DNA in Human Cell Culture

1:00 · 94: Max Debates the Carnivore Diet | Paul Saladino, MDview episode

The Genius Life
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Fruits & Vegetables Don't Lower Inflammatory & Oxidative Stress Markers

3:02 · 94: Max Debates the Carnivore Diet | Paul Saladino, MDview episode

The Genius Life
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Sirtuins, 'The Pianist That Plays the Genetic Piano,' Get Distracted By DNA Damage

3:26 · Rewind Your Clock: David Sinclair, PhD Wants To 'Cure' Agingview episode

The Rich Roll Podcast
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Horvath's Methylation Clock Is Central to the Information Theory of Aging

4:33 · Rewind Your Clock: David Sinclair, PhD Wants To 'Cure' Agingview episode

The Rich Roll Podcast
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Ben Exports His 23andMe DNA Data to Stratagene

0:47 · Ben's Top Biohacks, Saving Your Carbs For Night, Problems With Keto, The Amazing Healing Power Of Light & Much More! - Ben Greenfieldview episode

Ben Greenfield Fitness
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