An ingenious method for making new organs could one day revolutionize medical transplants.
Devices made of heart tissue could screen drug candidates and be used to power implantable robots.
Amputee athletes are getting faster and stronger.
Computer chips designed to mimic how the brain works could shed light on our cognitive abilities.
Doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital are using whole-body MRI to illuminate a tricky disease.
These six men oversee more than $120 billion in research and technology investments in the United States.
SynCardia Systems of Tucson, AZ, has built a bridge for patients awaiting transplants.
William Sutherling of the Huntington Medical Research Institute demonstrates how to use magnetic imaging to hunt down seizure-causing brain tissue.
An electronic device implanted in the eye could restore the sight of millions.
The Georgia Institute of Technology's devices aid those with mobility, vision, and hearing impairments.