Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar are honored for work detailing how cells protect genetic information.
The work of Sweden's Tomas Lindahl, American Paul Modrich and Turkish-born Aziz Sancar has given insight into cancer treatments.
Six and a half months after he auctioned it off for $4.7 million, Watson got his prize back.
According to DNA research, the split between dogs and wolves occurred longer ago than we realized.
The "father of the modern novel" was found after his coffin was lost for hundreds of years.
Which discoveries changed the game in 2014?
They found unhealthy environments can tune children's genes for bad behaviour
One of the scientists who discovered DNA's double helix structure auctioned off his 1962 prize Thursday.
With no clues to a 13-year-old Italian girl's murder, instigators used DNA to unravel a tangle of secrets and lies
Two studies shed light on how rare genetic mutations can lead to developing the disorder.
Genetic evidence suggests schizophrenia may be widely misunderstood as a single disorder.
Pioneering DNA work means those who died on the death marches from Srebrenica can be identified and given a proper burial
Labs are opening across the US where ordinary people can invent DNA codes