A nano tool is making it possible to better control the immune system.
A new way to keep human liver cells alive in the lab could help researchers weed out toxic drugs before they get to market.
Fears of a flu pandemic have renewed efforts to develop more effective catch-all vaccines.
Using brain imaging and advanced genetic tools, a new MIT collaboration is trying to show how genes could mold the autistic.
A new handheld heart monitor and subscription service may assuage heart-attack fears -- for people who can afford it.
The international HapMap project is teaching an unorthodox lesson: our differences, not our similarities, may save us.
MIT's new McGovern Institute for Brain Research hopes to connect the dots between brain cell activity and behavior changes.
Optical fibers with embedded semiconductor circuits could save lives in surgery
Researchers at Rice University find a way to make the nanoparticles less toxic.
Handled with care, the new "HapMap" of genetic variation could reveal the genetic roots of many diseases.