Genetics Digest aims to provide you with helpful information about DNA analysis and Genome Technology advancements. We are affiliated with CRI Genetics.
Our goal is to provide credible, accurate information about the latest advancements in DNA analysis and genome technology. We publish news alerts for scientists and DNA enthusiasts and detailed product reviews for consumers looking to purchase anything related to the field of genetics—so scientists, hobbyists, and consumers alike can stay informed about DNA research.
We are a team of writers and scientists who are passionate about all things DNA—from double helixes to chromosomes to mitochondria, we love it all.
With new scientific trends emerging every day, like DNA ancestry tests, and as genetic information becomes more accessible to consumers, we feel it’s necessary that the complex science involved becomes more accessible as well.
We’ve found that many magazines and websites about genetics are a little TOO 'sciencey', so that the consumers unfamiliar with the field have no idea what they’re reading. On the other hand, the non-science magazines are written by laymen, and they often butcher their information a little bit.
Genetics Digest bridges the gap, where scientists and consumers can come together to get the same information and understand it. So, while we provide useful updates to scientists, we make sure to keep our lingo as easy-to-understand as possible without sacrificing any accuracy in the information.
Genetics Digest aims to educate consumers about the benefits of DNA testing. We believe it is the future of family research, nutrition, health, wellness and deeper self-knowledge. We are affiliated with CRI Genetics.
The information that we present on Genetics Digest is not intended to be a substitute to the advice of your medical professional, nor have they been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any products discussed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Use your own judgement in making any purchasing decision. Results and opinions published are not conclusive.