Adaptive Complexity talks about a paper published this week in PNAS that lends a clue to why cancer cells can keep growing and dividing, even in an environment that lacks nutrients. Princeton's David Botstein used a model of "unnaturally" starved mutant yeast to find mutations in the TOR pathway, which is a critical stress response regulatory pathway.

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Vivek Murthy is no longer the surgeon general of the US, the Associated Press reports.

People around the globe took to the streets to support science — some with signs.

Parents who learn of their increased genetic risk of disease also contend with telling their children about theirs, the New York Times writes.

In PLOS this week: loci linked to body mass index measurements, long non-coding RNA expression and urothelial carcinoma prognosis, and more.