From the Skin, hESCs - 18 Apr 2014
Researchers report advance in somatic cell nuclear transfer to generate embryonic stem cells.
Cautiously Optimistic - 18 Apr 2014
People in the US are warily optimistic about technological and scientific advances.
This Week in Science - 18 Apr 2014
In Science this week: Neanderthal and Denisovan methylation maps, and more.
Synthetic Futures - 17 Apr 2014
The synthetic biology game is starting to heat up.
Its Own Strain - 17 Apr 2014
A genetic analysis of the Ebola virus causing the West African outbreak indicates it evolved in parallel to nearby strains.
Stress of the Father - 17 Apr 2014
Mice that experience trauma have altered microRNA expression that is passed on to their progeny.
This Week in Nature - 17 Apr 2014
In Nature this week: Down's syndrome analysis, and more.
Systemic Overhaul Needed - 16 Apr 2014
Researchers argue that the US biomedical research system is broken and needs to be fixed.
DNA or Pap? - 16 Apr 2014
Some women's health groups are urging FDA to shrug off committee's advice and not approve HPV test.
The Insurance Question - 16 Apr 2014
The New York Times asks whether life, disability, and long-term care insurance companies should be prohibited from seeing genetic testing results.
This Week in Nucleic Acids Research - 16 Apr 2014
In Nucleic Acids Research this week: web server for predicting, profiling protein backbone movements; multiplexed direct genomic selection; and more.
Varying Risk - 15 Apr 2014
The APOE4 allele may confer a greater risk of Alzheimer's disease on women.
Living on Mars? - 15 Apr 2014
Could genome tinkering help humans survive voyages in space, or even life on other planets?
A roundup of some of our favorite stories of the week
ScienceShot: New Stem Cells a Genetic Match for Adults - 18 Apr 2014
Technique could be used in new treatments for Parkinson's disease, diabetes, multiple sclerosis
'Carnivorous Ballet' Helps Cheetahs Coexist With Lions - 18 Apr 2014
But wild dogs in Africa's Serengeti suffer when lions surge
China's Soil Woes in Sharper Focus - 18 Apr 2014
New details emerge about widespread contamination
Study finds that collisions and near misses increase most with passenger distraction