HHMI President Robert Tjian will step down in late 2016.
On September 16, Matthew Scott, President of the Carnegie Institution for Science, will deliver a talk, “Exploring the Genes that Built You” at Janelia Research Campus.
HHMI selects 45 predoctoral students from 18 countries to receive fellowships that will help them complete their graduate degrees in the life sciences.
A lipid molecule called EET helps blood-forming stem cells replenish the immune system.
New research begins to explain how plants separate microbes they like from those they don't like.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s newly expanded Gilliam Fellowships for Advanced Study Program has awarded 30 fellowships to outstanding students who are pursuing a PhD in the life sciences and who are committed to increasing diversity among scientists.
HHMI scientists have profiled key features of the genetic material inside three types of brain cells and found vast differences in the patterns of chemical modifications that affect how the genes in each type of neuron are regulated.
New studies provide the first genetic evidence that humans interbred with Neanderthals in Europe.