The claim that most biomedical research is wrong is being challenged by a new result suggesting that only 14 per cent is wrong
Harvard's George Church clarifies his stance on a theoretical cloning.
Breathe in, breathe out. Dial and repeat.
Self-trackers are turning their attention to the microbial menageries found on, and in, the human body.
Applying the laws of physics to the process of wound healing explains why body tissue heals so slowly, say researchers
Not so fast. The company has a novel approach, and its funding is commendable, but questions about its RNA technology remain.
Amgen places a $415 million bet that human genetics will boost drug discovery.
DNA sequencing is the most cost-effective way to screen for drug-resistant strains in prisons, say Stanford researchers.
Cell-free fetal DNA test can be primary screen for aneuoploidy-risk pregnancies, says Ob-Gyn society