Scientists make progress reading thoughts from the severely impaired.
Is an initiative at Harvard and with Navigenics the beginning of a trend to make physicians more familiar with the pluses and minuses of genetic testing?
The research outpost will focus on technologies that can be brought to market rapidly.
The new book Superfreakonomics neglects the real dangers of geoengineering.
A procedure designed to locate the source of epileptic seizures could help scientists better understand memory.
How my personal experiences prompted "Prescription: Networking."
Verizon's Droid will combine Google's OS with a great network.
An entirely implantable system being tested in monkeys transfers data through the skin via laser.
Attach self-propelling bacteria to a cog and they'll set it spinning for you, say Italian physicists.
What happens when you drop an antibubble into a vortex?