As gene-based therapies move from lab to clinic, how can business and government bridge the gap between availability and access?
Understanding the latest innovations—and their challenges—will help society determine how to maximize their benefits
At the second Science on the Hill event, AI, Robotics and Your Health, experts from academia and the private sector talked with Scientific American Editor in Chief Mariette DiChristina about the future of AI and robotics in medicine.
Thierry Zomahoun, president of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, talks about the potential and needs of science on the continent.
Photosynthesis actually is an inefficient process, but a biological chemist is trying to crank it up.
Having kicked off the week at the 48th annual World Economic Forum meeting at Davos by moderating a panel conversation around the challenges and opportunities for the “Global Science Outlook” in the coming year, I spent today in a series of fascinating discussions that highlighted the power of science to help in advancing discovery and addressing humanity’s grand challenges.
Every year since I started to attend the World Economic Forum annual meeting at Davos, Switzerland, it feels as if the presence of science is growing.