Suing the Bosses - 7 Mar 2014
Skip Garner sues Virginia Tech administrators for $11 million, as the Roanoke Times reports.
Global Genomics Harmony - 7 Mar 2014
As a global genomics data alliance grows, its partners converge in London.
This Week in Science - 7 Mar 2014
In Science this week: advances in a century of crystallography, and more.
Buying and Selling Medtech - 7 Mar 2014
After a slump, last year closed with a revival of mergers and acquisitions.
Technical Tidbits - 6 Mar 2014
The Riken research team behind the embattled STAP protocol releases a set of technical tips.
Tweaks Here and There - 6 Mar 2014
Researchers investigate using gene editing as an HIV therapy.
This Week in Nature - 6 Mar 2014
In Nature this week: single gene involved in butterfly mimicry, and more.
Obama's NIH Budget - 5 Mar 2014
Obama's minimal budget bump for NIH is not inspiring the biomed research community.
For Long Life - 5 Mar 2014
Craig Venter launches a new company aimed at allowing people to live longer, healthier lives.
Microbes Around Us - 5 Mar 2014
Even indoors, microbes shape the environment, but the environment may also shape them.
This Week in Genome Research - 5 Mar 2014
In Genome Research this week: crosstalk between the epigenome and cellular environment, fruit fly gene expression regulatory networks, and more.
In Praise of the Strange - 4 Mar 2014
Researchers argue that seemingly strange basic research topics need to be explored.
A Regulatory Move - 4 Mar 2014
China moves to regulate clinical genetic testing, Forbes reports.
A Blood Test for Alzheimer's Disease? - 9 Mar 2014
Fatty molecules in the blood peg those at risk of developing dementia, but accuracy concerns may prevent widespread use of test
Junk Food Mind Control - 9 Mar 2014
Researchers have found a way to make you prefer one unhealthy snack over another
USDA Wants to Step Up Innovation Research - 7 Mar 2014
Three $25 million institutes proposed in 2015 budget request aim to catalyze private sector research
Nanomaterial May Be Future of Hard Drives - 7 Mar 2014
Material that changes its magnetism with temperature may point way to new kind of computer memory
Up to 1000 NIH Investigators Dropped Out Last Year - 7 Mar 2014
Contraction of biomedical research labs may have begun due to 5% sequester cut to NIH budget