Give Them Your Papers

Nature Genetics seeks data analysis papers

This Week in PNAS

In PNAS this week: pepper genome sequencing, gene expression events in early bovine development, and more.

Free Healthcare Data; Stop the Chatter

US Senator Lamar Alexander asks for clarification on Department of Health and Human Services policies.

Phylogenetics Goes to Court

Some cases are relying on phylogenetic analyses to link alleged criminals to crimes.

This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: selective sweeps in cattle, genomic characterization of listeriosis outbreak, and more.

De-extinction Love Story

Ben Novak, who is now part of the de-extinction project Revive & Restore, fell for passenger pigeons at a young age, the New York Times Magazine reports.

Counselors' Pledge

Yale Cancer Genetic Counseling has released a position statement on how it chooses BRCA testing labs.

Debating Genomic Medicine

Ethicists debate whether genomic medicine is ready for use in clinical, DTC contexts.

The Cell-Free Way

A new study indicates that aneuploidy screening based on sequencing cell-free DNA from the blood of pregnant women has fewer false positives than standard screening approaches.

This Week in Science

In Science this week: novel fluorescent in situ RNA sequencing technique, and more.

Tiresias in a Blood Test

Scientists in Estonia and Finland have developed a test they say may be able to predict a person's risk of dying within a five-year period, regardless of their general health status.

Sentence Upheld

A South Korean court has upheld the sentence given to disgraced stem-cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk.

More Data to Sort Through

A trove of data from the Genetic Epidemiology Research on Aging project has been added to the Genotypes and Phenotypes database.