Image of the Day: Seaweed Sequence
Image of the Day: Seaweed Sequence
The genome of Ulva mutabilis is the first of a green seaweed to be sequenced.
Image of the Day: Seaweed Sequence
Image of the Day: Seaweed Sequence

The genome of Ulva mutabilis is the first of a green seaweed to be sequenced.

The genome of Ulva mutabilis is the first of a green seaweed to be sequenced.

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Plant Engineered to Produce Higher Levels of Antimalarial Compound
Plant Engineered to Produce Higher Levels of Antimalarial Compound
Catherine Offord | Apr 25, 2018
Researchers used the genome sequence of Artemisia annua to boost the plant’s production of artemisinin.
The Genetics of Human Height
The Genetics of Human Height
Jef Akst | Feb 2, 2017
Researchers can now explain more than a quarter of the variability in human stature.
iPSCs and Cancer Risk
iPSCs and Cancer Risk
Catherine Offord | Feb 24, 2016
Reprogramming adult human cells into stem cells in vitro does not generate harmful mutations, scientists report.
Online Platforms to Share Medical Data Launch
Online Platforms to Share Medical Data Launch
Jenny Rood | Apr 1, 2015
The “Genes for Good” Facebook app and the Open Humans Network plan to recruit large numbers of volunteers for medical studies using social media.
360-Degree View of the Tomato
360-Degree View of the Tomato
Anna Azvolinsky | Oct 12, 2014
Researchers have sequenced 360 varieties of the tomato plant to create a comprehensive map of the evolution of the fruit from its wild form to the modern varieties. 
Genome Digest
Genome Digest
Jyoti Madhusoodanan | Jul 28, 2014
What researchers are learning as they sequence, map, and decode species’ genomes
Sequencing the Tree of Life
Sequencing the Tree of Life
Anna Azvolinsky | Apr 24, 2014
Charting the progress of the various large-scale genome-sequencing projects as researchers working separately on their chosen species begin to pool analytical resources
Dog-Wolf Split
Dog-Wolf Split
Jef Akst | Jan 17, 2014
Yet another genetic study of modern canines, both wild and domestic, supports the notion that humans domesticated dogs before growing crops.
Consent at Last
Consent at Last
Erin Weeks | Sep 18, 2013
A working group including members of the Lacks family approves the first projects to use the HeLa genome.