How long will it be before advanced genetic analysis technologies break out of the lab and into the home and kitchen?
A team of researchers from University College London are betting that it may be very soon, and unveiled their concept for a do-it-yourself DNA analysis lab at the Maker Faire in Rome last week, Wired reports.

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