23andMe and you

New African & East Asian Details in 23andMe’s Latest Ancestry Composition Update

August 21, 2018
23andMe has added new and more diverse reference populations, allowing customers with African and East Asian ancestry to see a more detailed breakdown of their Ancestry Composition. The update was made possible thanks to the contributions of 23andMe customers, as well as new sources of publicly available data such as the 1000 Genomes Project, and from the company's own African Genetics Project.
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23andMe’s New iPad App

July 15, 2018
As part of its growing mobile offerings, 23andMe recently released a new app for the iPad that is meant to meet the growing demand from customers who want to access their genetic data while they’re away from their laptop or on the go.
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New ways to discover your DNA

April 21, 2018
23andMe has launched a new interactive learning website called Interactive DNA Discovery.
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Your Traits Never Looked Better

February 27, 2018
23andMe updates its trait reports, giving them a new look and taking into account genetic and non-genetic factors for results.
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Connecting Generations with 23andMe’s GrandTree

October 09, 2017
23andMe's new GrandTree feature helps grandchildren connect with their grandparents.
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23andMe Asks About DNA

September 18, 2017
23andMe conducts a national survey finding that a majority of Americans are interested in DNA testing as a way to learn about their health and ancestry.
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23andMe Adds New Genetic Health Risk Reports

August 28, 2017
23andMe released two new genetic health risk reports for customers for Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Hereditary Hemochromatosis.
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The Paternal-Line Story Written In Your DNA

August 14, 2017
23andMe's new and improved Paternal Haplogroup report, allows customers to trace the footsteps of their paternal-line ancestors over thousands of generations of human history.
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Science With A Little Altitude

August 09, 2017
23andMe scientist collects data while trekking to Everest base camp to record in real time the impact of altitude on the human body. With enough data from people it may be possible to see why some of us do better than others at higher elevations.
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23andMe Customers Now See Their Contributions To Research

July 06, 2017
Since 2010, 23andMe’s research team has made groundbreaking discoveries on the role of genetics in health. We’ve published them in top scientific journals along with world-class collaborators — and we hope they will lead to advances in medicine that will make life healthier for everyone.
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