Resurrected "jumping gene" could deliver DNA
Brazilian neuroscientist Miguel A. L. Nicolelis taps into the chatter of neural populations to drive robotic prosthetics. Now he hopes to tap the potential of his country's population by building them a network of science cities...
The essential character of the mother of all cells reveals itself in a set of breakthrough findings
A protein borrowed from the rabies virus gets a drug to where it is needed
Is the public ready to know personal genetic information?
Seeing if the public is ready for personal genetic information
Paternity shocker: marmoset twins pass on each other's genes
Silent mutations are not so silent after all
Healthy tissue may inadvertently call in tumors
A mutant mouse army to battle disease
Understanding the workings of a key protein may presage treatments
Bacteria take toxic bullets aimed at human cells
Send good vibrations, but keep it to yourself
Making the yellow fever vaccine fight other germs
A combination of public health measures and technology raises hope for the flu fight
Atomic tests allow carbon dating of baby boomers
Changing muscle into bone and regrowing organs could be the fruits of work on "dedifferentiation"
Revving up the body's own stem cells could be the simplest route to new therapies