Hearts have long been regulated by electronic implants. Now it's the brain's turn.
Tools to hit a hot new drug target.
Digital anatomy of individual patients.
A novel sensor uses liquid crystals to detect environmental contamination.
Keeping the beat with a brain pacemaker.
A smart glass that can sense, absorb and release biomolecules on cue could provide a novel means of drug delivery.
Now reinventing recent patents, genetic programming heads toward automated "invention machines."
Single-patient clinical trials may get the right drugs sooner to patients who are willing to do some extra work.
We round up this week's most intriguing items from around the Web.