Our safety and prosperity are more dependent than ever on scientific breakthroughs. Medical advances like vaccines, rapid diagnostics, and new drugs all require a robust...


Guest post by Jennifer Tsang. Years ago, Sarah Edie and Norann Zaghloul pored over 50,000 zebrafish embryos, examining them for developmental phenotypes. They had previously...


Guest post by Erin Vinson, University of Maine and Michelle Smith, Cornell University Are you teaching genetics and looking for some new ideas? Check out...


As COVID-19 spreads across the world, members of the GSA community have had to face unprecedented challenges in their professional and personal lives. To stay...


As COVID-19 spreads across the world, members of the GSA community have had to face unprecedented challenges in their professional and personal lives. To stay...


Guest post by C. Brandon Ogbunugafor, Assistant Professor at Brown University. John Maynard Smith, born in London on January 6, 1920, was one of the...


As COVID-19 spreads across the world, members of the GSA community have had to face unprecedented challenges in their professional and personal lives. To stay...


Guest post by CourseSource Editor-in-Chief Michelle Smith and Managing Editor Erin Vinson. In partnership with Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) meeting, CourseSource is hosting an ONLINE...


Guest post by Alyssa Scott, Amanda Engstrom, and Teresa Lee.   As scientists, we know that social distancing is the best way to combat COVID-19. But...


Guest post by Abha Ahuja, Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences at Minerva Schools at KGI. As on-campus meetings for laboratory courses are canceled, you might be...