Oral arguments take place in Washington, D.C.
Today in Boston, Gates announced a $12-million initiative to foster the development of a vaccine effective against all flu strains.
More than a dozen medical centers hope to study donated tumor tissue before it degrades
A machine that maintains organs at body temperature may help alleviate shortages
Could scientists one day use blood and skin cells to replace sperm and eggs?
An electronic bracelet is being readied for mental control of computers, prosthetics and other devices—all without the need to drill a hole in your head
The great explainer of the universe lived in a time when researchers rapidly developed technology to assist people with physical limitations in achieving increased independence
Innovation and discovery as chronicled in Scientific American
The 23andMe genetic offering “has a lot of caveats”
“There’s no evidence in my mind that it’s going to work”
By reclassifying tumors, scientists are finding a path to genuine cancer cures. Here’s an overview of the most promising technologies in immuno-oncology.
The screening tool may not pick up minor concussions
Machine learning could speed up diagnoses and improve accuracy
New study provides more evidence early pregnancy scans are not tied to the disorder
Scientists have used CRISPR to turn microbes into tiny recording devices
Cancerous cells and placental ones appear to regulate the immune system in similar ways
This tiny soft robot can tackle impressive obstacles, using magnets to walk, roll, jump and swim. This flexibility could be vital for medical applications.
The success with monkeys could ignite new ethical debates and medical research
Exposure to everyday pathogens generates an immune response that could interfere with CRISPR-based gene-editing treatment
Neural networks are making biological images easier to process