Researchers have completed the first laboratory model of the human female reproductive cycle
One man’s journey to overcome his injury with the help of a cutting-edge brain-machine interface
The technology may someday help babies born in their second trimester survive
As car sales fall companies are looking to expand into the handicap assistance market
New guidance updates a 2012 recommendation
The controversial step will significantly expand direct-to-consumer testing—but what if the news is bad?
Researchers want to employ CRISPR to solve a huge health care problem
Recent insights into a long-ago accident show just how deadly bioweapons can be
The child's parents have decided to forgo long-term monitoring by researchers
World-first transplant to treat macular degeneration could augur rise of iPS cell banks
Researchers use eye-tracking software to peek inside a child's mind when words fail, reading eye patterns to understand language production and combat conditions such as specific language impairment.
Researchers are using eye-tracking technology to learn more about children afflicted with specific language impairment
In his latest book, Adam Piore explores how bioengineers are harnessing the latest technologies to unlock untapped abilities in the human body and mind, like translating neural brain patterns of thoughts into written words
A device that interfaces with a smartphone can accurately measure sperm concentration and movement
A gene drive bid aims to eliminate malaria
Technology to defeat the corn rootworm, scientists worry, will work only briefly against an inventive foe
Early work suggests nanoparticles may help rewarm cryopreserved tissue
Maximum-security biolab is part of a plan to build more of these facilities across the country
Chemists create micro swimmers that can be controlled by light
Ig Nobel Prize creator Marc Abrahams shows off this unusual disaster-preparedness device before a night discussing humor and science at the 92nd Street Y.