Scientists from the University of Houston and Boston Children’s Hospital presented a new research project they’ve been working on at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA).
ABC News featured an interview with Julie Fitzgerald, a mom who noticed a white glow in her son...
More than 25 million people rely on Adderall and other similar drugs to help treat narcolepsy,...
It takes two minutes for this test to find the parasite.
A new investigation being conducted by Frontline is focusing on the accuracy of DNA samples used in criminal cases.
The experiment involved a robotic flower and infrared cameras.
This is part of an ongoing series focusing on the way robotics will impact our lives.
This start-up found a unique way to help the 900,000 patients who have to go through bone-related surgeries each year.
Farrah J. Mateen, M.D., from Cambridge, Mass., is the grand prize winner of the 2015 Neuro Film Festival, the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) has announced.
This company is offering a peculiar treatment.
3-D printing could make a huge impact on digital dentistry, manufacturing, organ transplants, and multiple other fields.
The inspiration for this creation came from the T-1000, the lethal and liquid robot from the movie Terminator 2.
Apple teamed up with a handful of universities to create these medical research applications.
The Atlantic’s Olga Khazan wrote a new feature for the magazine examining the future of contraception.
The Atlantic's James Hamblin explores how our obsession with smartphones could stifle creative impulses.
President Obama held a press conference revealing new details surrounding the Precision Medicine initiative he announced during the State of The Union.
This is the first official look at the life sciences division of Google X.
In a triumph for cell biology, researchers have assembled the first high-resolution, 3-D maps of entire folded genomes and found a structural basis for gene regulation, a kind of “genomic origami” that allows the same genome to produce different types of cells.
Researchers have devised a way to replace the knee’s protective lining, called the meniscus, using a personalized 3-D-printed implant, or scaffold, infused with human growth factors that prompt the body to regenerate the lining on its own.