Scientists have made the clearest image yet of ribosomes, the assembly lines inside cells that crank out all proteins
A major report finds that silicone breast implants don't lead to cancer
Lab-bred "Doogie" mice learn faster and remember more than their field-born brethren
Sometime, somewhere, someone will generate a cloned human being. What will happen then?
Hormone-delivering patches could help endangered animals breed.
U.S. blood banks turn to genetic testing to find HIV and hepatitis C viruses in donations
For a Danish study of human athletic performance, our reporter donates some muscle to the cause
New research findings and European jitters could cloud the future for genetically modified crops
A single gene may account for individual sensitivities
Readers enter the debate over Genetically Modified crops
Proteomics is an attempt to devise industrial-scale techniques to map the identity and activities of all the proteins in a cell
Cells that can grow into a range of tissues are initiating a revolution in biology
Life may owe its start to complex organic molecules manufactured in the icy heart of an interstellar cloud
Genetically modified crops, grown over much of the U.S., remain controversial
Research shows that spatial navigation causes telltale electrical activity in the brain