The Genetics Society of America (GSA) is pleased to announce that Professor Mariana Wolfner of the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Cornell University...


Check out the February issue of GENETICS by looking at the highlights or the full table of contents! ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS Comparative oligo-FISH mapping: an efficient and powerful methodology to reveal karyotypic...


GSA is pleased to announce the recipients of the DeLill Nasser Award for Professional Development in Genetics for Spring 2018! Given twice a year to graduate students...


Guest post by Bob Dolan. An effective curriculum vitae (CV) is needed for  academic job applications, as well as for some research positions in other...


New Faculty Profiles allow GSA members who are establishing their first labs to introduce themselves to our wider community. If you’d like to submit your profile,...


Corn feeds millions of people, and its low cost makes it particularly important in developing countries. However, it can’t be relied on as the sole...


Chris Mason, Associate Professor at Weill Cornell Medicine, talks about revolutionizing academic research by setting a 500-year survival plan, harnessing the power of citizen scientists,...


When a noni fruit ripens, it stinks like old cheese—or even vomit. Familiar to many in the form of expensive juices sold as health supplements,...


Every scientist is familiar with the p-value: it’s one of the most commonly used metrics in statistics to evaluate the likeliness that an observed relationship...


Guest post by  Jessamina E. Blum, Jennifer Knight, Michelle Smith, Rachelle Spell, and Erin Vinson. Are you looking for ways to advance your career while sharing creative instructional materials?...