Floating Within - 31 Oct 2014
The Chinese University of Hong Kong's Dennis Lo is working on a way to spot cancer using cell-free DNA.
That's One Way to Go - 31 Oct 2014
New head of Australian research agency says to explore water dowsing.
This Week in Science - 31 Oct 2014
In Science this week: genetic factors seem to influence Ebola infection outcomes, and more.
Share the Code - 30 Oct 2014
In an editorial, Nature calls for greater sharing of computer code.
Electric DNA - 30 Oct 2014
Researchers report on conducting a charge through a long DNA molecule.
Ounce of Prevention - 30 Oct 2014
Researchers say that genome sequencing has a role in cancer prevention strategies.
This Week in Nature - 30 Oct 2014
In Nature this week: new approach to find genetic changes in autoimmune disease, and more.
Google to Scan Human Body for Inklings of Disease - 29 Oct 2014
Using nanoparticles and a wearable sensor, a Google X project hopes to monitor users' blood for early signs of disease.
Human Knockouts - 29 Oct 2014
Researchers release data on trove of natural human "knockouts."
This Week in Nucleic Acids Research - 29 Oct 2014
In Nucleic Acids Research this week: database of integrating genome-wide methylation data, Mouse Genome Database features, and more.
Microbiome No Cure-all - 28 Oct 2014
As ideas about the role of bacteria in the microbiome shift, so do claims about health.
Balance of Males and Females - 28 Oct 2014
Researchers respond to the new sex equality policy at the US National Institutes of Health.
Sorta Safe and Secure - 28 Oct 2014
Pharmalot's Ed Silverman wonders how secure the Food and Drug Administration computer system is.
This week’s top science news
China pulls plug on solar observatory - 31 Oct 2014
KuaFu lost international backers; Europe undertaking similar mission
European Union's pairing plan for science proves popular - 31 Oct 2014
Commission receives 169 proposals to team up low-performing regions with elite research centers
See glass half empty? Your diet may be in trouble - 31 Oct 2014
Study finds people pour more drink into skinny glasses when they focus on how much empty space is left
Even online, you can't have more than 150 friends - 31 Oct 2014
Sci-fi game allows researchers to test the limits of our human relationships