Time to once again test your TE knowledge with a quiz!
How much do you think you know about the great Nanook of the Arctic? Test your polar bear savvy in our International Polar Bear Day quiz compiled by editorial… Read more »
Parts of human DNA are of viral origin: many of them were inserted into the primordial genetic material of our ancestors many millions of years ago and have… Read more »
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Editors of our open access journals in cell biology and genetics have curated a compilation of recent… Read more »
Springer Nature has launched a pilot program in which digital Open data badges are being awarded to articles to incentivize and reward open data sharing… Read more »
Barbara McClintock is widely recognized as the founder of the field of transposable elements research and the scientist who brought to light the significance of… Read more »
New advances in epigenetic drugs are allowing new options for the treatment of cancer and other diseases--but could these new treatments possibly have long-term… Read more »