The next iterations of T cell therapy will go after intracellular targets that until now have been unavailable.
Cheng Liu, CEO and Chairman of Eureka Therapeutics, discusses how to beat both cancer and viral infections with treatments inspired by nature.
Three innovative spins on CAR-T cell therapy promise more benefits and reduced damage from cellular cancer treatments.
A new therapy that amplifies nerve impulses may also help the body heal
Results from a dog trial may help push new Duchenne muscular dystrophy therapy toward human trials
Researchers identify a possible new target for treating atypical pain sensations
Geneticist and author Adam Rutherford examines the evidence
The mini organs may help scientists develop therapies for eye disorders such as color blindness and macular degeneration
New techniques that dig more deeply into genetic databases may soon make the anonymity of their customers’ DNA impossible to safeguard
This new approach to predictive medicine takes genomics research by storm, but still generates controversy
Gene editing and stem cell research have allowed for alternative rodent reproduction
The advance may pave the way for genetic therapy before birth
Preeclampsia can be treated, yet screenings are out of reach for many women
Evidence behind a digital tech intervention remains scant
Draft guidelines permit gene-editing tools for research into early human development, but would discourage manipulation of embryos for reproduction
Frances H. Arnold, George P. Smith and Gregory P. Winter share the 2018 chemistry Nobel for developing evolutionary-based techniques that lead to the creation of new chemical entities with useful properties...
Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland share the 2018 physics Nobel for their work with lasers that have led to numerous practical applications, such as eye surgery.
Scientists create 3-dimensional brain spheroids—small, spherical, laboratory-grown human brain tissue
Researchers have designed a musical instrument that can detect counterfeit drugs by the pitch of its notes. Christopher Intagliata reports.
An electrical stimulation device combined with intensive rehabilitation restores walking ability to a spinal cord injury patient