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Their phone-based app, which they plan to officially roll out in February, combines genetic information with data gleaned from social media posts to create user profiles."Scientists can actually predict who's attracted to whom," Barreto explained.While the Pew Research Center reports that 15 percent of American adults have used online or mobile dating apps - up from 11 percent in 2013 - there are a handful of big apps that attract the largest share of daters.
Brittany brought in the genetics, and I have a background in expansion and capacity building - taking a project and scaling it." Also at the accelerator was Bin Huang, a doctoral candidate at Rice University, studying computational biology.
"It has to do with your pheromones." And the genes that control those ever-important pheromones can be analyzed through a simple cheek swab.
Barreto first learned this as a sophomore in college, during a genetics class at Drew University in New Jersey.
"All the research shows that initial attraction through your genetics is what will get two people together," Mirza said.
"But what fulfills a longtime relationship is commonalities.
And for her, the world stopped spinning for a moment as an idea was implanted in her mind.