This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: population admixture in Cuba, Vibrio cholera clades, and more.

That Tiny Little Bit?

Oxford researchers calculate that less than 10 percent of the human genome is functional.

Common But Just Uncovered Virus

Researchers uncover a novel virus within the human gut metagenome.

Slow Re-opening

The CDC begins to re-open labs after safety mishaps, establishes safety expert panel.

This Week in Science

In Science this week: ribosome-stalling mutation has effect in certain genetic background, and more.

No, No Results to See Here

An analysis of clinical trial publications indicates that findings from earlier stage studies are less likely to be published.

Regulation Editing, Too

Genome editing may be subject to European Union genetic modification rules, the Guardian reports.

This Week in Nature

In Nature this week: 123 genes linked with age of menarche, four new subtypes of gastric cancer, and more.

The Town's New Project

A town contributes to personalized medicine.

Search for the Cause

Doggedness, genome sequencing, and the Internet were able to bring together children with a certain genetic disorder and their families.

Scripps' Marletta to Resign

The Scripps Research Institute president is to step down.

This Week in Genome Research

In Genome Research this week: characterization of pests from the Eimeria genus, chondrosarcoma mutations, and more.

World-changing Gene Drives

Gene drives are closer to reality, but regulations may need to jump ahead of the technology, scientists say.