High-throughput sequencing takes another step into the clinic with first regulatory approvals.
Three large clinical trials show little benefit to analyzing the genes of patients to find the right dose of blood thinners.
For the first time, researchers report that monkeys can use brain implants to control a left and a right arm.
Dimension Therapeutics wants to develop a lifetime fix for hemophilia using gene therapy.
The way DNA strands contract when they come into contact with viruses could lead to cheap and simple pathogen detectors, say physicists.
Spark Therapeutics hopes to commercialize multiple gene-based treatments developed at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Study suggests how brain technology could one day tap into thoughts.
Neuroscientists Daniela Schiller says every time you recall a memory, it changes, and that can be a useful thing.
Bioethicists are outraged by 23andMe's patent on predicting traits in children. Should you be too?
An upcoming film, The Perfect 46, is about a fictional genomics company with a not-so-fictional idea.