Carla Bautista Rodriguez is a PhD candidate in evolutionary biology at Laval University (Canada) and a member of the Genetics Society of America. She is...


Authors Doc Edge and Brandon Ogbunu discuss their new Perspectives article, which uses the film Gattaca and its 25th anniversary as a framework for discussing...


Bioinformatics—a scientific discipline that aims to curate, analyze, and distribute biological data—is facing a crisis: a deluge of data is overwhelming laboratories and existing infrastructure. ...


On scientific laws, classic dances, and a new study about molecular evolution…in reverse. Guest post by C. Brandon Ogbunu Taking direction from evolution One feature...


The African malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae. Photo credit: Jim Gathany-CDC via Flickr. When female Anopheles mosquitoes take a blood meal from someone with malaria, a...


Guest post by J. Humberto Cunha, Danielle F. Mello, and Jadson Carlos dos Santos. The Genetics Society of America, Portuguese Multilingual Seminar took place on...


I am a former women’s NCAA swimmer, and I support Lia Thomas. Guest post by Sam Sharpe PhD. interACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth is the...


Guest post by Madhumala K. Sadanandappa, PhD and Kaushal Kumar Bhati, PhD Beyond the more traditional aspects of benchwork, publishing, and acquiring funding, running a...


Guest post by C Brandon Ogbunu. 2022 marks the return of the Population, Evolutionary, and Quantitative Genetics (PEQG) Conference, organized by the Genetics Society of America....


Guest post by Charles H. Langley. Dic, hospes, doctis caelebs animalculum obisse hicque iacere physis legibus conveniens. (Stranger, tell the learned that the celibate little...