When he learned in 1995 that he had Alzheimer’s disease, William Utermohlen, an American artist living in London, immediately began work on an ambitious series of self-portraits.
The company’s 3,500 employees work in an environment that celebrates hacking and youthful exuberance.
Generating cells from patients suffering from such disorders as Down syndrome, schizophrenia, and ALS lets scientist study these diseases in the lab and test new drugs.
New health-tracking apps, devices, and platforms from the Health 2.0 conference.
The new social site invites users to communicate by modifying and remixing images.
David traveled to the headquarters of CDI in Madison to view his stem cells and his beating heart cells–and to meet the lab team who made and tested them.
With Google ending the “Labs” section of its website, we take a look at some of the cooler projects that now have an uncertain future.
A slideshow to illustrate a day in the life of biomedicine editor, Emily Singer, as documented by several self-tracking devices.
Scientists combine two microscopy techniques to chart complex neural networks.
A new microscope creates spectacularly detailed movies of living cells.