GZERO Daily is a free newsletter!

{{ subpage.title }}

How Do You Measure Nature? | GZERO Media

How measuring nature at the DNA level unlocks financial growth

Katie Critchlow is CEO of NatureMetrics, a company that, well, measures nature. But how?

"We use eDNA; that's all the DNA that's left behind in the environment by every species because every species in the world contains DNA," she explains during the livestream discussion "Time for nature: Turning biodiversity risk into opportunity," hosted by GZERO in partnership with Suntory.

But the animals and plants you see, Critchlow points out, are only a tiny fraction of total life on earth. There's a lot of very small stuff too.

Read moreShow less

Aussie study finds new genes linked to being left-or right-handed

September 30, 2020 5:00 AM

SYDNEY • Australian researchers have identified 48 new genetic variants that influence if a person will be left-or right-handed, or ambidextrous, in the largest-ever study of its kind.

Aussie study identifies new genes linked with being left or right handed

September 29, 2020 4:38 PM

SYDNEY (XINHUA) - Australian researchers have identified 48 new genetic variants which influence whether a person will be left or right handed, or ambidextrous, in the largest ever study of its kind released on Tuesday (Sept 29).

Subscribe to our free newsletter, GZERO Daily