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New techniques could finally make a $1,000 genome possible.
A new initiative will work on cell-based toxicity tests for chemicals.
Putting bat DNA into mice sheds light on how limbs evolved.
Stem cells from skin, myriad microbes, and a $350,000 personal genome.
A new computational technique could predict the toxicity of drug candidates.
Not resting on his laureate, new Nobel Prize winner Mario Capecchi is striving to answer that question.
The genomic pioneer bares his genetic code to the world.
A microfluidic chip lets researchers identify elusive human-dwelling microbes.