Check out the February issue of G3! Investigations Comparative Phylogenomics of Pathogenic and Nonpathogenic Species Emily Whiston and John W. Taylor G3 February 2016 6:235-244; Early...


In 1931, Sewall Wright—a quiet American geneticist specializing in livestock and guinea pigs—published a GENETICS paper that changed how we study evolution. Wright’s “Evolution in...


On November 11, 1954, Syuiti Mori turned out the lights on a small group of fruit flies. More than sixty years later, the descendents of...


Intern with Genes to Genomes! The Genetics Society of America journals, GENETICS and G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics, seek an intern with a talent for storytelling and a...


Short-read sequencing has fueled the acceleration of genetic research But though these next-generation methods are fast and efficient, they can’t do everything well. One important...


Publishing research in one of the GSA Journals as an undergraduate is a significant and valuable authorship experience and we want to hear your story (even if...


If you’ve ever watched a procedural crime-solving show on television, you’re sure to have seen a lab tech magically produce results from a complicated assay...


The January cover of GENETICS commemorates the journal's 100th anniversary and the 1916 publication of Calvin Bridges' proof that genes lie on chromosomes. The artwork was created...