An NIH project seeks to develop technologies to help monitor the organ in real time
3-D systems could mimic human physiology and allow for ethical tests of the impact of potential biological, chemical and radiological warfare agents
An HHS panel recommends changing the condition's name to "systemic exertion intolerance disease"
The White House plan would increase research and development funding but faces a rough road in Congress
Changes have been made to controversial experiments at a lab receiving NIH funding, but the agency says that the work causes only slight pain or distress
Companies and clinicians turn to ketamine to treat mental-health disorder as pipeline of new drugs dries up
Pres. Obama is expected to sign the legislation that also includes $5.2 billion for efforts to combat the Ebola outbreak
The proposed crack-down would close loopholes that allow researchers to hide negative findings and harmful side effects
Circuits that respond to addiction and terror have been modeled in 3D
The government will cease funding "gain-of-function" studies that make viruses more dangerous
Faeces from antibiotic-free cows helps resistant bacteria to flourish in soil, puzzling researchers.
President Obama has pledged up to 3,000 personnel as well to stem the outbreak in West Africa
The newly developed device improves survival in rats after severe infections with everything from E. coli to Ebola
The news comes on the same day as a $650-million donation to expand psychiatric research
Implants to restore brain function lost to injury and disease win support from a defense agency
Sixty-year-old ampoule contains smallpox DNA, and it is unclear whether the virus is viable.
A solution that protects rat livers from freezing could extend the transplant window for human organs
Stress hormones break up bacterial biofilms, potentially dispersing plaque deposits into the bloodstream
The use of viruses that kill bacteria as a tool for treating infections are under study again by Western researchers and governments
The ruling acknowledges the inherent variability in IQ scores and their margin of error