Biologist Doug Melton talks about how disease-specific stem cells will reshape medicine.
Skin-cancer tumors give off a characteristic odor profile that could be used for early detection.
Surgical imaging system turns cancer tissue neon.
Probing the salamander genome reveals clues to its remarkable ability to regrow damaged limbs and organs.
Athletes using performance drugs can't stay ahead of detection methods for very long.
RNA interference shows promise in reducing cholesterol in animals.
Rapidly growing databases enable a more complete picture of one's ancestry.
A device that reads glucose levels and delivers insulin may be close at hand.
Particles the size and shape of bacteria could more effectively deliver medicine to cells.
New imaging technologies reveal the intricate architecture of the brain, creating a blueprint of its connectivity.