This Week in Nature

In Nature this week: role of marine mammals in bringing tuberculosis to the Americas, and more.

Study of Bias in Funding

The US National Institutes of Health is to look into racial disparities in grant funding.

All Along the Genome

Schizophrenia study provides possible avenues for drug development research.

Following the Curve

Chemical & Engineering News takes a look at the sequencing market.

This Week in Genome Research

In Genome Research this week: method to identify tumor copy number architecture, recurrent fusion transcript in gliomas, and more.

Credit Where Credit Is Due

A pair of researchers developed an algorithm to disentangle the perceived contribution of an author to a paper.

Epigenetics, Women, and Freedom

Could epigenetic research and worries about fetal development lead to restrictions on women?

People to Watch

Tech Review presents it list of up-and-coming researchers, humanitarians, and entrepreneurs.

This Week in PNAS

In PNAS this week: advantage of pygmy phenotype, optogenetic approach to activate neurons, and more.

Big Pregnancy Data

The influx of more and more data from genetic screening and marketing is changing pregnancies, the Atlantic writes.

For Data Cleanliness

'Data wrangling' is a limiting step of analyzing big data, the New York Times reports.

Search Here

One company aims to be the search engine for genomic data.

This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: GEBA rationale, transcriptional changes in oyster exposed to pathogen, and more.