American Society for Human Genetics
The book examines the wide variety of statistical approaches that can be used for data analysis, emphasizing concepts such as significance and reproducibility.
This collection captures the current state of genetic counseling and examines the changing roles of genetic counselors in the genomic age.
This collection covers the recent progress that has been made in understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying metastasis.
In a new biography out from CSHL Press, John Hawkins documents Henri Termeer’s legacy in biotechnology.
Insights into Termeer’s extraordinary life, his transformational approaches and actionable steps used to reshape R&D strategies in biotech.
Transparent Review in Preprints (TRiP) enables journals and peer review services to post peer reviews of manuscripts on CSHL’s preprint server bioRxiv.
Examines the molecular bases of plant traits and addresses how this knowledge can be used to develop crops that are resilient to a changing environment.
Researchers developed a gene therapy that specifically reduces fat tissue and reverses obesity-related metabolic disease in obese mice.
Model organisms such as yeast, fruit flies, and worms have advanced the study of genomics, eukaryotic biology, and evolution.
CSHL, Yale University, and BMJ launch medRxiv, a free preprint service for the medical and health sciences.
bioRxiv founders propose new plan to encourage organizations to make research readily available via preprint servers.