Interactive Features

Interactive versions of posters and illustrations from Science and other interactive environments from our companion sites.

The Neandertal Genome>
This special presentation, which accompanies the publication of the draft Neandertal genome sequence in the 7 May 2010 issue, features video commentary, a timeline of Neandertal discoveries, and a collection of related papers and interesting Web sites.
[plantgenomes_image]Plant Genomes >
This interactive feature, an accompaniment to Science's 25 April 2008 special issue on plant genomes, explores how advances in plant genome research are contributing to our understanding of plant biology and evolution and translating into tangible benefits for society such as improved crop varieties.
[macaque07_image]The Macaque Genome >
A special Web version of the pull-out poster in Science's 13 April 2007 special issue uses images, video clips, and more to explore the macaque's importance as a biomedical model and a new tool in studying primate evolution. The poster is accompanied by a Teaching Resource for high school educators.
[urchin06_image]The Sea Urchin >
A special Web version of the pull-out poster in Science's 10 November 2006 special issue uses images, video clips, and more to provide a view of the sea urchin's historical importance in developmental and systems biology studies.
[cancer06_image]Cancer Treatment Gets Personal >
In a 26 May 2006 special issue, Science and its online companions looked at the science of cancer, in light of the advances in molecular biology in the lab that have raised hopes of new, individualized approaches to cancer detection and treatment in the clinic. To accompany the issue, we've prepared an interactive online version of the pull-out poster that accompanied the issue, which includes additional topics and Web links not covered in the print version. (Flash 6 or higher required.)
[gut05_image]Gut: The Inner Tube of Life >
This interactive online poster takes users on a journey through the gut, to accompany the Science25 March 2005 special issue.