Adam T. Hadhazy • August 27, 2008
Both deadly and benign spore-forming bacteria's genes allow them to eke it out in extreme conditions.
Rachel Mahan • May 23, 2008
A lizard family tree offers clues to the balance between reproduction and survival.
Karina Hamalainen • May 7, 2008
Genetics may someday help smokers decide the best way to quit.
Stuart Fox • April 24, 2008
Sunday, the New York Times ran a front-page article about food shortages forcing people and governments to embrace the genetically modified crops many have previously shunned. That article came hot […]
Rachel Mahan • April 4, 2008
Coping with fears of genetic discrimination leads some people to take matters into their own hands.
Victoria Stern • February 20, 2008
Researchers link chronic loneliness to a change in gene activity.
Katherine Tweed • February 1, 2008
One man is revolutionizing how every species on the planet is identified.
Meredith Knight • November 2, 2007
Studying wild mustard weed may uncover the way the environment and genetics interact during a crucial moment in the life of a plant.
Andrea Anderson • August 31, 2007
Scientists searching for better stem cell sources are pushing the boundaries of what is human.
Ben Leach • February 1, 2007
While the HapMap Project gives hopes to groups like the Amish, some geneticists believe it has taken a wrong turn