We are looking for outgoing and dynamic people to help recruit sponsors for the TAGC conference in Orlando, FL. Whether you are a student, postdoc, professor,...


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December 8, 2015

GSA needs your input! We are brainstorming about catchy slogans, images, or objects that represent the whole of the genetics community. The kind of thing that...


Johnny Kung, Director of New Initiatives for the Personal Genetics Education Project (pgEd), fills us in on their latest Congressional briefing. A version of this...


GSA members are well represented among the winners of FASEB's fourth annual BioArt competition: 4 of the 11 winning images were submitting by our members....


The Committee on Gene Drive Research in Non-Human Organisms convened by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine held an information gathering meeting on October...


Scientists are known for being critical thinkers, experimental experts, and data enthusiasts. It’s probably no surprise that many of us are also undeniable nerds. Eric...


The federal regulatory policy in use today for biotechnology products, known as the Coordinated Framework for the Regulation of Biotechnology, was created in 1986 through a...


As trainees navigate through their graduate training and postdoctoral independence, they are exposed to many opportunities that allow them to develop skills that are beneficial...


The folks behind the Cards Against Humanity party game have established the Science Ambassador Scholarship, which offers a full tuition scholarship of up to four...


Don Gibson (University of California, Davis) describes how he decided to start the Barbara on the Bill Campaign When I heard that the U.S. Department of...