In this week’s Nature Genetics, a group of Harvard University researchers report the sequences of the genomes of a collection of Streptococcus pneumonia, the pathogen responsible for pneumonia, bacteraemia, and meningitis.
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In PLOS this week: effect of variants linked to body shape differs by age and sex, transcriptome differences in bats with and without white-nose syndrome, and more.
A researcher argues that big prizes like the Nobel or Lasker awards send the wrong message about research.
Maria Freire, the president of the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, discusses recent genomics-fueled advances with The Open Mind's Alexander Heffner.
Three researchers win the Nobel Prize for their efforts to develop treatments for parasitic diseases.