A new U.S. government center will connect linguists on the front lines of the war against terror with translation assistance technologies that can digitize, parse, and digest raw intelligence material.
Advanced analysis of home medical data can offer continuous care for patients with diabetes and other life-threatening chronic diseases.
Pampered pets provide loopholes for biomedical entrepreneurs.
A portable-and potentially very inexpensive-device for checking a person's immune system could help fight HIV in developing countries.
Despite skyrocketing R&D spending, pharmaceutical companies' drug output has slowed dramatically. Pfizer is counting on creative new technologies to keep the pipeline full.
New software analyzes human speech to tell when a person is irritated or impatient.
To get crystal clear MRI pictures of the lungs, just take a deep breath--of helium.
In a technique that could overcome a major hurdle to gene therapy, small electric jolts push therapeutic genes into the cells that need help.
Moe Zimmerberg '79's curriculum-free school attracts students who want to take charge of their education.
New hip-replacement technology allows smaller incisions, reducing pain and speeding recovery.