Cast Your Vote: Select the New EMGS Officers The EMGS Nominating Committee has selected the candidates for this year’s election. This year we will be choosing a Vice President-Elect, a Treasurer, and five Councilors.
EMGS Members are invited to consider nominating a well-deserving colleague for one of the awards to be presented next September during the 48th Annual Meeting of the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society in Raleigh, NC. Deadline December 10, 2016
This Editor's Choice article by Dr. Myron Goodman, the 2015 EMGS Award Winner, discusses a historical and evolutionary perspective on the benefits of hypermutation and the stringent control mechanisms that regulate their occurrence in bacteria and humans.