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The Bioinformatics Organization said this week that it will present the 2009 Benjamin Franklin Award in the Life Sciences to Philip Bourne of the University of California, San Diego.

The annual award is given to a scientist "who epitomizes the open-source values" espoused by Benjamin Franklin, Bioinformatics.Org said in a statement. Bourne will be presented with the award at the 2009 Bio-IT World Conference & Expo in Boston on April 28.

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Labs in the US and South Korea are hoping to bring the woolly mammoth back from beyond extinction, Newsweek writes.

Geneticist Adam Rutherford speaks with National Geographic about paleogenetics, race, and more.

Researchers link genetic links between education and smoking and longevity.

In PNAS this week: influence of gene environment interactions on polygenic traits, epigenetic features affecting fruit fly foraging, and more.