When things get really small, they don't move through fluids with quite the same ease. But a new mathematical model of nanoscale motion could lead to elegant devices that deliver tiny cargoes.
Government fraud-busters have stepped up their attacks against phishing and online identity theft. Does it matter?
In their race to stay a step ahead of the wily AIDS virus, researchers announce major advances toward two new classes of HIV drugs.
Biologists attempt to illuminate the true potential of stem cells derived from adults rather than embryos.
British regulators say it's now OK to buy potent cholesterol-busting drugs without a prescription, but medical experts wonder if such easy access is a good idea.
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A single room that integrates a powerful array of high tech surgical tools shows the future of the computerized O.R.
RNA-based therapies could treat everything from cancer to AIDS. New research could be removing the biggest barrier to their practical application: getting the drugs into the body.
In New Media and Old, groups are using parody to try to mobilize young voters to participate more actively in the 2004 elections.
U.S. policy is nearing a tipping point, as controversial research on embryonic stem cells gains allies on both the scientific and political fronts.