Not as Certain as CSI

The New York Times takes a look back at how DNA testing shook up forensics.

Doberman Deletion

Albinism in Doberman pinschers has been traced to a partial gene deletion.

To Work Toward

A new report outlines goals and outcomes for the Clinical and Translational Science Awards.

This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: lung microbiome, genetic patterns in the genomes of South Asians, and more.

Microbiome Way

Interest in the microbiome as a way to treat disease heats up.

'Not Your Father's Clinical Trial Network'

In a commentary, officials from the US National Institutes of Health discuss plans for a patient-centered clinical research network.

Step Right Up

The US National Institutes of Health has two open challenges to strengthen peer review.

This Week in Science

In Science this week: stick insect genomes and parallel evolution, and more.

NIH to Require Study of Both Sexes

The US National Institutes of Health plans to roll out a policy requiring preclinical studies to include both male and female cells and animals.

Microbes of Cheesy Goodness

For better flavors, researchers study the microbiome of a cheese.

Out There

A lawsuit alleges that a genetic genealogy service made a user's genetic information publicly available without his consent.

This Week in Nature

In Nature this week: genetic influences on blood metabolism, and more.

Genetic Snake Oil

The US Federal Trade Commission wants to see the science backing up genomics-based snake oil product claims.