Fresh from the Lab

A new rule in the US gives patients direct access to clinical lab results.

For the Smell and Taste of It

Some synthetic biology firms turn toward fine chemicals.

This Week in PNAS

In PNAS this week: adaptive selection in European and Rroma gypsy populations, expression and DNA methylation changes in cells with CLL driver mutation, and more.

France's Science Budget

France's president wants to maintain science spending, R&D tax credit amid budget cuts.

To Make a Change

A researcher campaigns to change the scientific record.

Keeping Busy

Nature Methods profiles Janet Thornton.

This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: protein markers of septic shock, microbiome of a built environment, and more.

Monkey Engineering

A team of researchers used genome editing to modify monkeys.

Gut Diversity

Microbiome research seeks diversity, Ed Yong writes.

Decline of Chimp Research

Merck says it is ending its chimpanzee-based research.

This Week in Science

In Science this week: Neandertal genes in modern humans, and more.

New Way to Begin Again

Researchers herald new method for reprogramming cells.

Prize for Histones

One of this year's winners of the Japan Prize is Rockefeller University's David Allis.