A step toward repairing spinal cord injury with electronics.
A trial meant to control the spread of Zika virus in the U.S. could be delayed.
Synthetic biologists are developing genetically modified bacteria that you swallow, but no one knows yet how they should be regulated.
People and dogs share some cancer-causing genetic mutations. Now the government is funding an effort to learn from that.
A needleless, remote-controlled device for tissue expansion is awaiting FDA approval.
The billionaire is the first major donor to back the idea of creating an atlas of all human cells.
Nonprofits and corporations are in a race to fight dengue and Zika.
Biologists are getting closer to figuring out why nature ties knots in some molecules, which could lead to better drug discovery.
The Department of Defense is backing an effort to use machine learning to find clues about tumor biology.
An overwhelming majority of the data collected is from people of European ancestry. But researchers are trying to change that.