Beyond a novel new way to track down your family history, home DNA tests may help unlock the history of humans.
A small number of people restrict their caloric intake in pursuit of longer life. So what do they eat for the holidays?
Functional magnetic resonance imaging could bring psychoanalysis into the 21st century.
Monitoring complex new nanotech materials may be too much for the agency to handle.
A new brain imaging technique teaches patients to control their brain activity, bringing relief from chronic pain.
Two national institutes have announced a three-year, $100 million project to understand the genetic changes behind cancer.
A potential genetic test for cardiovascular risk shows how "pharmacogenomics" is coming into its own.
The canine genome could help researchers understand such major conditions as blindness, cancer, and OCD.
Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel explains how genetic research could lead to a new generation of anti-anxiety drugs.
MIT’s Scott Manalis shows off his ultrasensitive biomolecule detector.