GenomeWeb FAQs

What the heck is GenomeWeb?

GenomeWeb LLC is an independent, privately held online and print publisher based in New York. Since 1997, GenomeWeb has served the global community of scientists, technology professionals, and executives who use and develop the latest advanced tools in molecular biology research and molecular diagnostics. Visit GenomeWeb Subscriptions for a full list of our publications.

How do I get access?

Simply sign up for an account using your workplace e-mail address, or login here if you’re an existing user. Every logged-in user automatically has complete free access to GenomeWeb Daily News, The Daily Scan, our Careers blog and job listings, and lots more. You can manage your subscriptions and bulletins through the My Account page.

Many academic and government researchers can now access all GenomeWeb premium news services through institutional site licenses. But you must login with your institutional e-mail address to qualify. Try it, and let your colleagues know.

What if I don’t want to use my workplace e-mail?

Would you rather receive our bulletins at a personal e-mail address? Use your workplace e-mail to login and get maximum access to content, but select an alternate address for bulletin delivery. Check it out on the Profile tab of the My Account page.

How do I know if I have access?

Once you’re logged in, any premium content that you don’t have access to will show up with a lock icon next to the headline. Headlines without a lock icon are already available to you.

For questions about access to GenomeWeb premium content, feel free to contact Allan Nixon, director of business development, at +1-212-651-5623 or

This site is great. How do I get my stuff on it?

If you have a press release or other news to submit, e-mail us here. (Please note: GenomeWeb does not accept bylined articles from vendors.)

If you’re interested in advertising, drop us a line.