Janelia scientists are learning how animals adjust their physical exertion as changes in the environment or their own bodies alter how efficiently they move.
Three HHMI investigators and two HHMI professors have been elected to membership in the National Academy of Medicine.
A new viral vector will help scientists understand large-scale neural networks.
HHMI researchers have learned to program T cells as if they were "microscopic robots" -- to sense inputs and to respond.
HHMI, the Simons Foundation, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announce the selection of 84 Faculty Scholars, early-career scientists who have great potential to make unique contributions to their field.
Two films and one short film series produced by HHMI’s Tangled Bank Studios and BioInteractive won awards at the Jackson Hole Science Media Awards.
New program aims to recruit and retain early-career scientists who are from gender, racial, ethnic, and other groups underrepresented in the life sciences, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Lasker Award honors research showing how cells from humans and most animals sense and adapt to changes in oxygen availability.
HHMI awards research fellowships to 20 predoctoral students from 14 countries to help them complete their graduate studies in the U.S.
Janelia scientists have identified a gene that causes male Drosophila to produce different courtship songs.
Using novel computational and biochemical approaches, HHMI scientists have designed and built from scratch 10 large protein icosahedra that are similar to viral capsids that carry viral DNA.
HHMI selects 34 new Gilliam Fellows -- outstanding young scientists who have expressed a clear commitment to advancing diversity among scientists.
The KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for TB-HIV and the Africa Centre for Population Health join forces to form a new interdisciplinary institute to fight tuberculosis, HIV and related diseases.
International research team unveils new data describing the interaction between genetic and epigenetic variation in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Janelia scientists find that a molecule best known for its role in pain perception also plays an important role in regulating body weight.
HHMI scientists have pioneered the use of genome editing to trace lineage in living systems.
HHMI Investigator David E. Clapham, MD, PhD, will become Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer, effective September 1, 2016.
Zoghbi shares Shaw Prize for research leading to discovery of genes and proteins involved in Rett syndrome.
Researchers have discovered that fat tissue is a previously unrecognized reservoir of trypanosomes, the parasites that cause sleeping sickness.
Ninety-one schools have been invited to submit full proposals to apply for grants through HHMI’s $60 million Inclusive Excellence initiative that is encouraging colleges and universities to broaden access to science excellence for all students.
HHMI scientists have designed a potential cancer therapy that uses a unique strategy to block a molecule that drives the growth of cancer.
A new partnership between HHMI’s Educational Media Group and the Biomedical Neuroscience Institute (BNI) at Universidad de Chile will provide teachers and students in Latin America with free access to science education materials produced by HHMI BioInteractive.
Profesores y estudiantes de América Latina tendrán libre acceso a los materiales de multimedia de educación científica producidos por HHMI BioInteractive que han sido premiados, gracias a una nueva colaboración entre el Grupo de Medios Educativos del HHMI y el Instituto de Neurociencia Biomédica (BNI) de la Universidad de Chile.
HHMI launches new program to provide advanced technology for use in core facilities that are intended to serve a cohort of users – including researchers from outside the HHMI community.
New experiments help explain how the brain speeds up or slows down movement.