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Languages and Genes Shed Light on pre-Incan Cultural Development in Central Andes
UW jumps two spots to No. 8 in US News Best Global Universities ranking
More than ‘just a fish’ story
A green future for red meat supply chains
Changing frame: Family photos on your desk could make you more ethical on job
Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Reveals Rare Disorder
Clues to Brain Development and Disease Emerge from 3D Epigenome Study
Families and researchers work together to shed light on stillbirth and perinatal death
Wheat researchers progress quest for better adapted cultivars
Moles: intersexual and genetically doped
Computer-based study reveals impact of race on health
Computer-based study reveals impact of race on health
FDA approves new drug to treat common form of muscular dystrophy based on research from University of Alberta
UO-led basic research offers new insights on infertility
Memories of a Cancer Cell
Evenings with Genetics discusses connection between cancer and genetics
Study confirms genetic link in cerebral palsy
Dr. Susan Rosenberg honored with NIH Director’s Pioneer Award
International Research Team Develops Consensus Variant Classification Guidelines for Genomic Variants
Study finds that environment plays a role in kids’ obesity
Researchers use multi-ancestry comparison to refine risk factors for coronary artery disease
Evolution in Action: New Plant Species at Urnerboden
Blockchain technology to enhance industry integrity
Researchers Discover How Malaria Parasites Withstand a Fever’s Heat
It’s All Connected: Your Genes, Your Environment, and Your Health
RNA analysis at heart of COVID-19 testing
UK companies explore Agri-tech opportunities in Costa Rica
Female Spanish-only speakers get screening mammograms less often than other women
Potential new tool for frost screening in crops
Nurture trumps nature in determining severity of PTSD symptoms
“CaLiber” secures funding to study ‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum’
Thanks to this scientist, doctors have another option for treating a leading cause of infant death
There’s no single gene for left-handedness. At least 41 regions of DNA are involved
Gene links short-term memory to unexpected brain area
Adaptive genetic markers help determining origins and dispersal of invasive species
Living Earth Collaborative announces 2020 seed grant recipients
Wildcats threatened by their domestic cousins
Penn Researchers Uncover Epigenetic Drivers for Alzheimer’s Disease
QIMR Berghofer PhD student selected as a finalist in 2020 Women in Technology Awards
Local women leaders hear about revolutionary developments in women’s cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer
Johannes Krause Wins “Fabio Frassetto” International Prize for Paleoanthropology
Capturing marine biodiversity with power of genetics
HITs educational platform for programmers will accelerate learning
Brazil moves ahead in global beef exports
Researchers part of international team awarded NIH grant to study causes and predictors of emerging psychosis
Genetic variation unlikely to influence COVID-19 morbidity and mortality
Taking feedbase management back to basics
A Mars Colony in Hawaii? A Microbiologist Experiences Life Beyond Earth