GSA welcomes Barbara Meyer, Piali Sengupta, Jef Boeke, Hopi Hoekstra, and Mary Lou Guerinot to the Board of Directors! We are pleased to announce the...


Efforts to engineer genomes in wild populations have huge potential for good—but the real world is more complicated than the lab. Until now, humans have...


In Kentucky 150 years ago today, a child was born who would—with the help of a hardy inhabitant of trash cans and fruit bowls— grow...


It’s National Postdoc Appreciation Week, which celebrates the vital contribution of postdoctoral scholars to advancing our understanding of the world. This week is the perfect...


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September 16, 2016

Perhaps no topic has had more ink spilled by biobloggers – especially if you include electrons dripping out of laptops – than the tyranny of...


The mild temperament that distinguishes the family dog from its wolf ancestors is just one of a whole array of traits that seem to have...


The beautiful cover of the August issue of GENETICS was created by artist Michele Banks to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of a pivotal moment in...


Check out the September issue of G3! Investigations Retrotransposon Proliferation Coincident with the Evolution of Dioecy in Asparagus Alex Harkess, Francesco Mercati, Loredana Abbate, Michael...


Geography and ecology are key factors that have influenced the genetic makeup of human groups in southern Africa, according to new research discussed in the...


Check out the September issue of GENETICS by looking at the highlights or the full table of contents! ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS This Month's Centennial Articles Sydney Brenner on the genetics...