Halting the explosive spread of Zika means waging war with mosquitoes. There are several ways, old and new, to win that war.
Using the powerful anesthetic propofol, researchers have begun to pick apart how human brain activity gives rise to consciousness.
A scientist sought the Vatican’s approval for mixing human cells in animal embryos. And the pope said yes.
A massive genetic study has sketched out a molecular link between schizophrenia and how the brain is shaped in adolescence.
What are the prospects for helping the children of Flint, or children with lead poisoning anywhere?
U.S. regulators add to the pressure on a struggling blood-testing startup.
As the outbreak spreads, affected countries may look toward a technological solution.
They spin in their cages and don’t interact. The scientists who created autistic monkeys say they’ll now try to cure them.
The brains that come through Ann McKee’s lab don’t lie. But they are only the beginning of the story about head trauma and its role in neurodegenerative disease.
Mosquitoes that have been genetically modified to cause population crashes in the wild could be a potent tool against a host of troublesome diseases.