Zymo Research Recognized by NASA for its Support of Research Aboard the International Space Station
DNA/RNA Shield™ Protects Biological Samples Even in Space
Oral bacteria 'battle royale' helps explain how a pathogen causes hospital infections
Rainbow Around The Son Book Chronicles a Mother’s Love and the Mutant p53 Gene
New Bestseller Reveals How One Family Discovered They Carried the Gene with over 90% Chance of Developing Cancer
Researchers look beyond BMI to predict obesity-related disease risk
Domoic Acid Decoded: Scientists Discover Genetic Basis for How Harmful Algal Blooms Become Toxic
Research into gene function in microalgae helps determine how toxins are made in oceanic harmful algal blooms
NSF announces new awards for Understanding the Rules of Life
New projects address genetic, environmental causality in biological systems and processes
Scientists identify a new kind of human brain cell
‘Rosehip’ neurons not found in rodents, may be involved in fine-level control between regions of the human brain
Research Schooner Tara in San Diego Calls for Innovative Citizen Science and Oceanography 2.0
For in-depth evaluation of ocean health, biodiversity, and evolution
The highly complex sugarcane genome has finally been sequenced
S2 Genomics Awarded $280,000 Phase I STTR Grant from the National Institutes of Health
S2 Genomics will develop the Singulator™ system for automated preparation of single cells or nuclei from solid tissue samples
Scientists Create the Smallest-Ever Moving Cell
Just two genes get tiny synthetic cells moving, offering clues to life’s evolution.
From Sequencing to Sailing: Three Decades of Adventure with Craig Venter
In a plenary public appearance at the Molecular and Precision Med TRI-CON event in San Diego, a relaxed Venter reflected on his career highlights, controversies and future priorities for genomic medicine.
Synthesizing life on the planet
What’s the smallest number of genes that cells need to grow and reproduce? Is it possible to synthesize minimal genomes and insert them into cells? What do minimal genomes teach us about life? An interview with John Glass, Ph.D.
Top scientists join forces to study leading theory behind long COVID
Several JCVI scientists will be contributing to the newly launched Long Covid Research Initiative — a collaboration of researchers, clinicians, and patients working to rapidly study and treat long Covid.
Hunting for deep-ocean plastics
Through the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, National Deep Submergence Facility, JCVI's Erin Garza, Ph.D. joins a deep sea expedition to search for ocean plastics aboard the HOV Alvin.
A journey to the center of our cells
Biologists are discovering the true nature of cells—and learning to build their own.
Dr. Hend Alqaderi on paving the way for women in science in the GCC
Hend Alqaderi, a JCVI collaborator and mentee to Marcelo Freire receives the L’Oréal-Unesco Women in Science award
Leonardo Da Vinci: New family tree spans 21 generations, 690 years, finds 14 living male descendants
The surprising results of a decade-long investigation by Alessandro Vezzosi and Agnese Sabato provide a strong basis for advancing a project researching Leonardo da Vinci's DNA.
Genome Research Papers on Meningococcal Recombination, Psoriasis Variants in China, More
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