This Nature editorial discusses the value in studying the genome of the legendary Galapagos giant tortoise, which holds clues about longevity.
“My goal is to solve biological problems,” says Olga Troyanskaya, deputy director of #genomics at the Flatiron Institute's Center for Computational Biology. Read a profile of Olga and her work in this month's Nature Methods.
Everyone knows your pupils dilate when you see something interesting, right? Not so fast: A modern day do-over of a mid-20th century pupillometry experiment raises the question, what should we make of a failed replication?