Not Quite the Mega-Millions, But It'll Do

At a fancy ceremony, eight researchers were awarded a combined $21 million.

This Week in PLOS

In PLOS this week: pathogenesis in E. coli, recombination patterns in dog genomes, and more.

Question Time

A Nobel laureate does an "Ask Me Anything" at Reddit.

The Anticipation

The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues has issued a report on incidental findings.

Genes Make the Grade

A study in PLOS One links UK school exam results to genetics.

This Week in Science

In Science this week: researchers describe glioma genomes, and more.

Sequester's Last Days?

Is Congress close to killing the sequester?

It Includes Words We Don’t Like Saying

A former Cofactor Genomics employee is bringing a gender discrimination suit against the company.

From Projects to People

The National Institutes of Health is considering more researcher-centered grants.

This Week in Nature

In Nature this week: new genetic risk variant for Alzheimer's disease, and more.

Taking Budget Cuts to the Public

Budget cuts and sequestration are leading to layoffs, discouraging upcoming scientists, and slowing cures, UMR argues.

What About Insurance?

NPR discusses what genetic tests US insurers may cover.

Socially Sensitive Research

Aaron Buseh suggests that discussions between genetic researchers and the public may encourage greater research participation.