Nobody knows which sequencing technology is fastest because there has never been a fair way to compare the rate at which they extract information from DNA. Until now.
Transcranial direct current stimulation works, and you can try it at home.
Quantum processes shouldn't survive in hot, wet biological systems, yet a growing body of evidence suggests they do. Now physicists think they know how.
A British startup is commercializing a USB-sized sequencing machine.
Heating water inside carbon nanotubes until they explode could deliver drugs precisely, say chemists
The area used to grow genetically modified crops keeps growing, fueled by rapid increases in developing nations.
Last June, an 83-year-old woman received an unusual implant.
A non-destructive method for imaging single proteins could help solve one of the biggest challenges in biology
Microelectromechanical devices could soon be remotely controlled using light thanks to a proof-of-concept experiment demonstrating "photoelectrowetting."
A new system grows tissue in 3-D without protein matrixes