From Personalized Gene Mapping to DNA Dating

 - Dec 1, 2008
You don’t have to be in the medical field to become inspired by DNA and the human genome, or even interested in science. The simple, yet complex double helix has pervaded nearly every aspect of modern culture, from DNA-based dating services to furniture and jewelry.

Medical and technical breakthroughs in DNA analysis have also enabled us to better understand our past and predict our future. DNA is now used to find phantom dog poopers, visualize your own personality and forecast the beauty of your unborn babies.

Check out some of the DNAvations we’ve posted on Trend Hunter in the slideshow below.