Billion More? - 24 Oct 2014
Two US Senators are working to increase biomedical research funding in the US.
Cassava's Turn - 24 Oct 2014
Bill Gates is enthralled with genetic research that may make it easier breed cassava.
This Week in Science - 24 Oct 2014
In Science this week: proteins involved in replisome disassembly, and more.
Genomics' Role in Ebola Fight - 23 Oct 2014
Genomics is aiding in the fight against Ebola, the New Yorker notes.
Thinking With Your Gut - 23 Oct 2014
The gut microbiome can influence conditions like depression and anxiety, researchers are beginning to find.
For a Diverse Workforce - 23 Oct 2014
With new awards, the US National Institutes of Health aims to diversity the biomedical workforce.
This Week in Nature - 23 Oct 2014
In Nature this week: 45,000-year-old modern human genome sequence, and more.
King Tut's Ailments Traced to Incest - 22 Oct 2014
DNA testing reveals King Tut's parents were brother and sister.
Cleaning up Medical Research - 22 Oct 2014
John Ioannidis has some suggestions that he believes could help improve the accuracy of published research results.
Dealing With the Likelihood of Cancer - 22 Oct 2014
A 32-year-old freelance journalist and mother discusses the implications of testing positive for BRCA1.
This Week in Cell - 22 Oct 2014
In Cell this week: sgRNA and CRISPR studies, and microbial communities in the mouse gut.
Don't Chew The Pills! - 21 Oct 2014
Seeking to circumvent challenges faced in fecal transplants for treating C. difficile infections, researchers have developed … poop pills.
iPad Eye Scan - 21 Oct 2014
Researchers tested an app for the iPad that could be used to screen for glaucoma.
At a high-level meeting at WHO, vaccine manufacturers said they might be able to produce more vaccine earlier than they thought
A Breathalyzer for dolphins? - 24 Oct 2014
New approach could make it easier for researchers to monitor the health of dolphins and whales
After Election 2014: FUSION RESEARCH - 24 Oct 2014
Will the U.S. pull out of the ITER project?
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Embattled RIKEN officials voluntarily return 1 to 3 months of pay over fiasco