Check out the Genetics Society of America award winners' essays in the July issue of GENETICS! The awardees share inspiration, observations, and predictions about their...


The Genetics Society of America and the GSA journals are pleased to welcome two new science writing interns to our team! Meet Sarah Bay and Kayleigh...


Today’s guest post is authored by Diana Chu and Ahna Skop and features artwork from the Worm Art Show, recently held at the GSA-sponsored 20th...


GSA member and frequent GENETICS and G3 author Leonid Kruglyak has been honored by the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) with its 2015 Curt...


Directly observing evolution in nature is often impossible. But biologists who use experimental systems to study these processes have the luxury of observing the fine...


In 2014, the GSA journals launched a contest inviting image submissions related to genetics and genomics. The winning entry was created by Jian Han, of...


NIH's National Institute of General Medical Sciences has announced that Alison Gammie will serve as the new director of its Division of Training, Workforce Development, and...


From animal domestication to human genome variation, from loblolly genomes to lager genomes, from wild zebrafish sex to untangled metagenomes, last year brought plenty of...