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When Heather Dewey-Hagborg walks down the street, she notices all the bits of genetic information left behind by other unsuspecting pedestrians — everything from strands of hair to fingernails to discarded cigarette butts. For an artist and doctoral student, these objects were a chance to investigate a compelling question: How much can be learned about a person from a stray hair?
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