There is no single 'clever gene' – there are thousands | Communication design |

Thousands of genes are involved in intelligence, according to a new study which effectively shatters any hopes of eugenicists that babies can be genetically designed to be clever. In one of the largest studies of the human genome to date, a group of 253 scientists from around the world identified 74 genetic variants that are associated with the number of years spent in formal education.

Via Campaign for Social Science, Dr. Stefan Gruenwald