What Are You Waiting For?

George Church urges those who can afford it to get their genomes sequenced.

This Week in Genome Biology

In Genome Biology this week: transcriptome study of the giant Galapagos tortoise, bone cancer risk loci in dogs, and more.

NIPTs Pose Moral Quandaries

The expansion of non-invasive prenatal testing conjures complex bioethical questions.

First Things First

UK researchers argue that a genomic testing policy is needed, as the NHS embarks on its sequencing project.

Few Tweaks

A cancer research group retracts its sixth paper due to image manipulation.

This Week in PNAS

In PNAS this week: FAN1 variants implicated in schizophrenia and autism, epigenetic regulation of olfactory genes, and more.

Out of Balance

A bibliometric analysis indicates that there is a worldwide gender imbalance in research output.

Charles Vest Dies

Charles Vest, a former MIT president, has died.

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.