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
Sailing the Seas in Search of Microbes
Projects aimed at collecting big data about the ocean’s tiniest life forms continue to expand our view of the seas.
What the Public Should Not Know
J. Craig Venter, PhD, argues scientists have “a moral obligation to communicate what they're doing to the public,” and that more studies deserve greater public criticism.
Scientists coax cells with the world’s smallest genomes to reproduce normally
The discovery could sharpen scientists’ understanding of which functions are crucial for normal cells and what the many mysterious genes in these organisms are doing
San Diego arts, health, science and youth groups to share $71M from Prebys Foundation
The J. Craig Venter Institute is the recipient of three awards totaling more than $1.5M to study SARS-CoV-2 and heart disease
Reflections on the 20th Anniversary of the First Publication of the Human Genome
A new wave of research is needed to make ample use of humanity’s “most wondrous map”
Scientists rush to determine if mutant strain of coronavirus will deepen pandemic
U.S. researchers have been slow to perform the genetic sequencing that will help clarify the situation
After saving countless lives, Nobel laureate Hamilton Smith retires as his own health falters
He has been a fixture in San Diego science for decades
The 'Wondrous Map': Charting of the Human Genome, 20 Years Later
Twenty years ago, President Bill Clinton announced completion of what was arguably one of the greatest advances of the modern era: the first draft sequence of the human genome.
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