Download the Pharma Leaders Executive Report from the Festival of Genomics Boston 2016
It’s roundup time: CRISPR-modified cabbage, the wonder of ants, and Clippit’s revenge…
How can young scientists make the leap from academia to business? BioMed Central’s Dana Berry takes a look at life as a biotech entrepreneur
Media studies scholar Christopher Bell looks at the alarming lack of female superheroes in the products marketed to children
Limb regeneration, artificial intelligence, and a gripping mobile game that isn’t Pokemon? Must be the weekly roundup.
You heard. Matt Ridley shows how, throughout history, the engine of human progress has been the meeting and mating of ideas
Lior Pachtor takes a shot at the under powered statistics behind recent claims about the health of deep space astronauts
Rumours: whether you’re spreading them, or just listening to the legendary Fleetwood Mac album, we have the roundup for you
Patent litigation is a costly process, but according to STAT News, the sums involved in the CRISPR dispute are soaring
Michael Le Page argues that gene doping is inevitable, and embracing it rather than banning is the key to protecting athletes
We take a look at some of the clinical highlights from the agenda for this year’s Individualizing Medicine Conference, produced by the Mayo Clinic
Spider-Man is getting a new outfit for his latest outing with Deadpool. Gene editing or synthetic biology Spider-Man anyone?
NASA produce a fabulous infographic to illustrate the research being done on board the International Space Station
The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethics has released a document to help people work their way through science announcements
Our favourite physicist from WIRED shows how gymnasts get physics working in their favour