March 24, 2014
| In a paper in PLOS Genetics, researchers showed how 24 gene variants could construct crude 3-D models of a face. The researchers started with 592 volunteers and looked at genes thought to be involved in facial development. Nature News
For more on anonymity in the genomic age and the latest in models individuals based on their DNA, see the Thursday keynote session
at the 2014 Bio-IT World Conference and Expo.