A new test spots heart attacks in minutes instead of hours.
MIT researchers gauge the progress of malaria using a novel imaging technique.
The first people to purchase their complete genome sequences browse their books of life.
MicroRNA in blood could help doctors detect cancer and other conditions.
New studies paint an exhaustively detailed picture of two deadly cancers.
Researchers create a picture of Europe by mapping genetic variation among Europeans.
Carbon nanotubes could reduce side effects from cancer treatment.
A tiny gripper that responds to chemical triggers could be a new tool for surgery.
A key molecule related to immunity may play a role in macular degeneration.
Biologist Doug Melton talks about how disease-specific stem cells will reshape medicine.