The discovery of briny water on the Martian surface has brought new optimism that life might exist on our neighboring planet.
To watch the brain work during navigation, scientists build computer-generated worlds for mice.
How much would you pay to know your genetic code? Some companies are willing to lose money to find out.
Background reading for the weekend: a gene-editing primer.
Scientists predict an explosion of new genome-editing methods.
Researchers demonstrate customized implants that help injured nerves regenerate in rats.
Astrophysicists speculate that "mirror" dark matter poses an entirely new form of radiation threat and could cause the mutations that lead to cancer.
A genomic entrepreneur plans to sell genetic workups for as little as $250. But $25,000 gets you “a physical on steroids.”
Tom Insel explains why he’s ready to give Silicon Valley a try.
Millions play games to de-stress, but games using biometrics could help players learn how to manage their stress outside of the game.