A product touted as “nano” has hospitalized six German consumers, prompting more warnings over the dangers of nanomaterials.
Genizon is using the genetic homogeneity of French Canadians to find new drug targets – and redefine human disease.
Studies continue on the safety of using cell phones on airplanes, while most experts agree that concerns are overblown.
New search technology from IBM could help patients and doctors locate life-saving treatments.
A biological template ramps up electrode performance and scales down size.
Mass spectrometry, a favorite analytical technique of chemists, may find a place in the operating room.
A new type of PET imaging technique could eventually help doctors diagnose and head off the disease before symptoms appear.
A novel technique could expand the reach of telecommunications technology.
A new membrane makes fuel cells more powerful and less expensive to produce.
Intel is making computers specifically designed for users in poor countries. Will anyone want them?