The latest forensic weapon is a device that identifies crime scene DNA in a few hours.
Rats regain motor skills with one kind of cell transplant, get nerve pain with another.
Neural implants could benefit from coated electrodes.
A gene-screening method can predict an individual's response to cancer drugs.
A treatment, now being tested in humans, may avoid the disabling side effects of opiate drugs.
Scanning DNA for structural changes brings new insight into disease.
Researchers find a new way to precisely target cancer drugs.
A new microfluidic system offers a different way to move water.
Pacific Biosciences aims to bring sequencing technology to the doctor's office.
The anti-inflammatory effect could lead to new therapies.