Scientists have overcome a major barrier to human use.
Recent studies show that they could save you time, keep you healthier, and improve medical research.
Newly made antibodies protect against different varieties of flu.
The sneeze-inducing DNA shows why it's so difficult to find a cure for the common cold.
A surgical procedure allows intuitive control of a sophisticated robotic arm.
The first drug on the market made by animals carrying a human gene is being produced in goats' milk.
The start-up says it's on track to meet its goal of sequencing 1,000 genomes this year.
A new study suggests we can carry many messed up genes without obvious consequence.
A treatment that shrinks gaps in the mucus membrane might protect caregivers during an influenza outbreak.
A device made from human liver cells could help those with failing livers.