The results may one day help classify the disorders based on causes rather than symptoms.
Langer lines map out the pattern of forces within the skin but nobody knew what caused them. Until now.
Arrays of carbon-nanotube transistors can detect prostate cancer with a much higher sensitivity than conventional techniques.
Researchers use fMRI to detect strengthening brain circuits.
Members of the biohacker movement have created an inexpensive device to print cells. Will they print a leaf next?
The insect's mate-seeking behavior could help researchers program self-driving robots to track airborne chemicals.
One day you'll be handed an electronic copy of your sequenced genome on a flash drive, maybe a phone app. You'll need to know how to keep it safe.
Scientists record the neuronal activity of a fish brain as the animal watches its prey.
A new report suggests self-tracking is already commonplace.
The claim that most biomedical research is wrong is being challenged by a new result suggesting that only 14 per cent is wrong