A smartphone-connected device delivers electrical stimulation to nerves in the head.
For $25 a year, Google will keep a copy of any genome in the cloud.
Will ultrasound-on-a-chip make medical imaging so cheap that anyone can do it?
Google will face big challenges developing a nanotechnology-based test for cancer and other diseases.
The inventor of a breakthrough DNA test for Down syndrome says the technology can be used to screen people for cancer.
Scientists say they can embed sophisticated genetic tests onto a piece of paper.
New technology and large government research initiatives in genetically modified crops are giving China a storehouse for a more populous future.
With its world-leading research investments and vast size, China will dominate the future of genetically modified food—despite the resistance of its population.
If computers think for themselves, should they have human rights?