The Daily Scan - Page 22


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.

Importance of the Microbiome

NYU's Martin Blaser discusses antibiotic overuse and the microbiome on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Hidden in the Data

Large pools of data like that in electronic medical records are enabling researchers to connect seemingly unrelated symptoms.

This Week in Nucleic Acids Research

In Nucleic Acids Research this week: a browser for personal genomes, high-quality draft genome sequences for Babesia parasites, and more.

Incidental Findings Primers

The Bioethics Commission has issued primers for researchers, clinicians, and direct-to-consumer companies to help manage incidental findings.

Into the Budget Mix

The announced Australian budget includes cuts, but also a new medical research fund.

This Week in PNAS

In PNAS this week: gene expression changes in maize endosperm, plant Y chromosome degeneration, and more.