A diver swims in a kelp forest in California's Channel Island National Park, where several of the state's marine protected areas are located. National Park Service hide caption

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In California's Protected Waters, Counting Fish Without Getting Wet
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Cambrian Genomics says that what it calls a DNA printer is essentially a DNA sorter — it quickly spots and collects the desired, tailored stretch of DNA. Courtesy of Cambrian Genomics hide caption

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DNA 'Printing' A Big Boon To Research, But Some Raise Concerns
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A micrograph of HeLa cells, derived from cervical cancer cells taken from Henrietta Lacks. Tomasz Szul/Visuals Unlimited, Inc./Getty Images hide caption

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Sequencing Of HeLa Genome Revives Genetic Privacy Concerns
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