STAP Papers Retracted

Nature retracts the STAP stem cell papers.

The Skew in the Lab

Elite male faculty members employ fewer women than other faculty members, a new analysis shows.

Still No Bigfoot DNA

Genetic analysis of Yeti samples finds that the hairs came from bears, dogs, and other known animals.

This Week in Cell

In Cell this week: quantitative temporal viromics, CRISPR-Cas9 review, and more.

Clinical Sequencing for Long QT Syndrome

Whole-genome sequencing was able to get quickly to the bottom of a newborn's heart condition.

A 'Rugged and Feeble' Bacterium

Researchers are working to understand the bacterium behind leprosy.

This Week in PNAS

In PNAS this week: exome sequencing highlights trichomegaly-related mutations, metagenomic study of coral reefs, and more.

Over to the Criminal System

A researcher who admitted to falsifying data is indicted.

Hope and Concern

The New York Times Magazine takes a look at the debate surrounding three-parent IVF.

This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: divergence and speciation in monkeyflower, microRNA role in Lyme disease complications, and more.

The Big Prize

The UK has chosen antibiotic resistance for the $17 million revival of a 300 year-old competition.

Protesting Pending Cuts

Australian researchers protest coming funding cuts and job losses.

CRISPR Possibilities

CRISPR is sparking researchers' imaginations, NPR reports.