'Reduce, Replace, and Refine'

British ministers say they aim to limit the number of animals used in scientific research.

This Week in PNAS

In PNAS this week: gene splicing in a zebrafish, gene signature to distinguish bladder cancer types, and more.

Public Split on Gene Tests

Some people are wary of gene-based cancer risk tests, while others are ready to base preventive medicine decisions on their results.

Genetic Search for Future Champs

Uzbekistan says it will be turning to genetic testing to identify children with athletic potential.

Studying for Someday Soon

The US National Institutes of Health prepares for newborn sequencing.

This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: gene expression in salmon pathogen, tissue-specific expression in nematodes, and more.

NYC Students Peek Back at Ancient Family History

Students at the City College of New York and other nearby spots are taking part in a project using genomic data to reconstruct ancient family histories.

For a Full Account of Cancer Genes

The Cancer Genome Atlas gives a start toward a cancer gene catalog, but will it be completed?

The Joke-ome

A satirical omics news site sets up shop.

With Some Caution

Poll indicates people in the US are both excited and concerned about the possibilities of genetic research.

This Week in Science

In Science this week: Cas9 crystal structures, and more.

Decision on Stem Cell Therapeutic

Appeals court rules that FDA can regulate stem cells therapies as drugs.

99 (Cat) Genomes

With 99 cats, a project aims to dive into the feline genome.