Marching for Science in London

Video

Hear from the organisers, speakers, and protesters at London's March for Science.

Watch Now

Genomic Screen of Arabidopsis Paves Way to New Therapies

News

Vanderbilt researchers used a global co-expression network approach to map genes to metabolic pathways in Arabidopsis, providing a powerful resource for the development of novel therapies from plants.

Read more

15 Best Signs from the March for Science

List

We take a look at a selection of the best signs from the March for Science.

Read more

A Genetic Scalpel for Modifying the Bacteria in Your Gut

News

Yale University researchers have developed new methods for regulating gene activity in a widespread group of microbiome bacteria in the gut of living mice.

Read more
Ensuring Reproducibility in Computational Experiments
Ensuring Reproducibility in Computational Experiments
News

Scientists have developed a workflow management system that prevents irreproducibility when analyzing large genomics datasets with computers.

Read more

Genomic Study Links Puberty Timing to Cancer Risk
Genomic Study Links Puberty Timing to Cancer Risk
News

The largest genomic analysis of puberty timing in men and women conducted to date has identified 389 genetic signals associated with puberty timing, four times the number that were previously known.

Read more

Your Gut Bacteria May Effect Your Response to Chemotherapy Drugs
Your Gut Bacteria May Effect Your Response to Chemotherapy Drugs
News

UMass Medical School researchers find connection between bacteria and chemotherapy drugs in lab study.

Read more

CRISPR and Stem Cells Help Identify New Chlamydia Drug Targets
CRISPR and Stem Cells Help Identify New Chlamydia Drug Targets
News

Scientists have created an innovative technique for studying how chlamydia invades our immune system, using a combination of gene editing and stem cells.

Read more

Quick, Sensitive Diagnostic Tests with CRISPR
Quick, Sensitive Diagnostic Tests with CRISPR
News

Scientists have developed a CRISPR-based tool that can detect tiny amounts of Zika and Dengue virus, distinguish pathogenic bacteria, and identify DNA variations.

Read more

A Promising Model for a Devastating Genetic Deficiency
A Promising Model for a Devastating Genetic Deficiency
News

Study describes how a complete knockout of the Ngly1 gene in mice leads to death just before birth, which can be partially rescued by the second knockout of another gene called Engase.

Read more