Obama's NIH Budget

Obama's minimal budget bump for NIH is not inspiring the biomed research community.

For Long Life

Craig Venter launches a new company aimed at allowing people to live longer, healthier lives.

Microbes Around Us

Even indoors, microbes shape the environment, but the environment may also shape them.

This Week in Genome Research

In Genome Research this week: crosstalk between the epigenome and cellular environment, fruit fly gene expression regulatory networks, and more.

In Praise of the Strange

Researchers argue that seemingly strange basic research topics need to be explored.

A Regulatory Move

China moves to regulate clinical genetic testing, Forbes reports.

Give Them Your Papers

Nature Genetics seeks data analysis papers

This Week in PNAS

In PNAS this week: pepper genome sequencing, gene expression events in early bovine development, and more.

Free Healthcare Data; Stop the Chatter

US Senator Lamar Alexander asks for clarification on Department of Health and Human Services policies.

Phylogenetics Goes to Court

Some cases are relying on phylogenetic analyses to link alleged criminals to crimes.

This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: selective sweeps in cattle, genomic characterization of listeriosis outbreak, and more.

De-extinction Love Story

Ben Novak, who is now part of the de-extinction project Revive & Restore, fell for passenger pigeons at a young age, the New York Times Magazine reports.

Counselors' Pledge

Yale Cancer Genetic Counseling has released a position statement on how it chooses BRCA testing labs.